"Feral ~ from feminine of ferus wild: having escaped from domestication and become wild"...




Friday

and sometimes you're the statue...











wrong side of the house, Tomez.

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29 comments:

  1. Hi! :-) Tomez little tree he thinks...
    have a grat weekend.

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  2. the birds are happy he's on that side. :)

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  3. I'm sure the birds aren't fooled one teensy bit by his disguise, but how cute.

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  4. Beautiful blog..Have a nice wekeend.=)

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  5. Oh, how funny!!! Are those jays? Can't quite tell and I don't think I've ever seen that many mountain bluebirds in one place.

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    1. Pinon Jays. And I am responsible for keeping every one alive... ;s

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  6. Oh Tomez is smart he wants nothing to do with those beautiful birds he just wants to enjoy the beautiful spring like day. He deserves the hiding in the bush rest. Have a nice weekend my friend I am thinking of you, Hug B

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  7. That's a pretty good camouflage job Tomez but it didn't fool the birds one little bit! LOL!!

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  8. Tomez, he did sort of camouflage sort of ...I had to look two, okay three times to see what he actually was. I was starting to wonder if you had bought a new breed of feral fluffy chicken or some such thing. Nice fur, Tomez and nice try .

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  9. Tomez tell your ma to fill those bird feeders too, not just the oh so cool ones made out of old pots that are on the other side of the house!

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  10. Sooner or later that birdfeeder will be empty... and then!

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  11. he knows when he is outnumbered!

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  12. Now that's a clever cat! But the birds might be a tad bit smarter - ya think? Love those beautiful jays.

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  13. I love it to see their rear ends stick out when they think they are hiding. And I particularly love seeing Tomez out and about feeling good again.

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  14. It's so nice to see him well and out in the sun!

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  15. Cuteness in pictures. Ah, if Tomez was hungry I'm sure he would have found the birds!

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  16. Just like his human counterparts, eh? We always think we've covered our tracks so well, when we're usually got our rear sticking out somewhere, giving us away. Good post. Thanks for sharing. - Karen

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  17. How funny. Tomez may just be hiding from all the racket and disturbance jays create. At least he WAS hiding until you outed him.

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  18. Good to see Tomez looking so well ! Love the blue birds

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  19. But it was the right side for Tomez. :)

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  20. What are those blue birds? We have them go threw here in late summer. So pretty.

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  21. Prachtige foto,s wat een omgeving fantastisch de poes moet je een tom-tom geven.

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  22. Tomez is one brilliant cat who knows exactly what he is doing.

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  23. Tomez is beautiful! I mean, handsome! Is he a Maine Coon?

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  24. yay, so glad Tomez is back to being a real CAT again!
    - The Equestrian Vagabond

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