Ah Ha! Marcy the supplier!
This is still sad. The poor little guys can’t even father any baby mice before they bite the dust.
So… Marcy’s been supplying Clarence?
If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s vermin in my house.
That’s a suspiciously detailed guess…
So, do cats eat 100% of what they catch?
Cause leftovers would be pretty darn disgusting.
And Marcy would know what kind of mice WHY…?
Everyone else is not concerned with what I see. Does Clarence live with them? Why would mice for Clarence’s cat infest Joe & Marcy’s house?
Just wait until the Rodent Revolution hears about this
I would sure hope so, Marcy!
I should’ve commented earlier on Clarence’s cat, so here goes. I had three cats once. None of them seemed the least bit interested in going after mice and rats. Then I got a rat terrier. It turns out this dog was bred to search and destroy rats from infesting the barn. Well, the little guy ignored the cats, went under the house and dragged out the nearly dead rat. THEN the cats showed interest in finishing the job of killing the rat, but not in searching for it. I guess they figured out that since food was provided on a regular basis, why hunt.
O-HO! I wonder what Clarence’s source might be?
We had a cat that ate everything tip of nose to tip of tail. She cleaned out our house and all the fields around us. Taught her kittens to hunt also. We’ve also had cats that kill the mice and leave them. Females are better mousers.
Sounds like Marcy know that.
Methinks she knows more than she’s letting on and for sure isn’t just guessing. She’s Clarence’s supplier!
There’s a new scam going around and I thought I’d let everyone know about it. It’s a Robocall that starts by claiming that it’s a recorded message from Social Security and then says that your Social Security # has been suspended because of suspicious activity. Then you’re told to hit a certain # if you want to find out more about the case.I got this call for the first time yesterday and supected it right away because there’s no reason for the Social Security to use a Robocall for this kind of information. After the call I called Social Security about the call and they confirmed that it was a scam, that if they wanted to contact me they’d send a letter telling me to initiate the contact and then do it in person instead of a recorded message.I got the call again today and hit the # for more information. The person on the other end of the line asked how he could help. “You can stop calling me, I know this is a scam.” “What was that, sir?” “I said I know it’s a scam, I called Social Security on you guys yesterday.” “Click.” Hopefully that will be the end of the calls for me, but I wanted to let everyone else know that this is coming around.
When my Bengali catches mice, she’ll play with it for a bit before killing it and leaving it near my bike for me to find it and alert the family. I remember hearing a strange crunching noise outside one night, and I turn on the outdoor light and look out the window to see Bengali eating a bird she caught.
My Bengali is one serious huntress.
Joe should be thankful Viral has no problem going after those rodents.
So… Clarence has a mouse supplier in Marcie? lol
May 12, 2016