George - nothing gets past him.
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Oh bless him! Reminds Mum of one of her cats that only ever caught 1 vole….. when he was asleep on the lawn and it just about ran into his mouth. Hehe! Deccy x
That’s quite a strategy! I suppose, from a Darwinian point of view, that would be a good outcome. Prey that walk into the mouths of their predators probably are on a dead end road, genetically as well as mortally!
George is a pale marmalade cat – I soooo love to chase marmalade cats 🙂
Yes, I heard them described as champagne gingers last week! I quite liked that description. 🙂
It looks to me like that lizard (?) is on the outside, is that the case? That would drive Delilah NUTS.
Yes, it’s a gecko. They tease the cats by sitting on the windows and flyscreen. They don’t usually last long if they try and set up house inside!
George the guard dog….er…I mean cat! LOL!
Woof! Woof! OH! But George is a cutie … Happy WW. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar
Oh that is too funny!! Love it!! 🙂
LOL! Took a minute before it didn’t get past me. 😉
George is very pretty. Love that looooong tail of his.
Hello Handsome!!!! We think your tail is even longer than Gen-Chan’s, which is saying something!
PS: A woof from Tommy for Flo!
Yes, George has a verrrrrrry long and, consequently, much trodden on tail. 🙂 He also has a long body which he likes to contort, and slightly bigger-than-they-should-be paws and ears. One of his nicknames is Sideshow Bob (the clown) because of his feet. He is most definitly fished out of the shallow end of the gene pool. Poor George.
George, I think you’re sleeping on the job.
bol! good kitty! – Keanna
hi Flo the feisty Poo-mix are passing to ya the Versatile Blogger Award http://wp.me/pPYET-AQ xoxox – Vanilla Bean
Oooo. Thanks fiesty Poo-mix. 🙂 We’ll go and check it out. xx
OMC! Good for you George. Did you know there is a lizard about to climb on your back?!!?
go gecko go!! no flies on that c.a.t. *snigger*
LOL… photobomb! 🙂
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