Our cat used to eat yellow jackets, the stings didn’t bother her!
Louie needs to wear this:
I forgot, I can eat this, or no?
It’s gotta be a cane toad; look at that dog’s eyes!
Perhaps you should do the opposite of what your instinct tells you, Louie.
Good morning, Crew!
Good Morning Crew,Louie is looking a little lippy today !Have a GREAT DAY MATIE’S
You can’t bite at EITHER of them, you dumb dog—Nate will be furious if you hurt a butterfly.
Good afternoon Crew!
“the bird was none the worse for wear.” So, no emotional stress? ;-)
Our cat did that on a regular basis with a robin (who was furious), a crow (who had been eating blueberries, yeah, you know what all over) a humming bird (had to remove the skylight to let it out) and various snakes and voles. She would have made a great retriever, she had a “soft mouth”!
Louie might be lucky he didn’t bite the butterfly. Lots of butterflies are poisonous.
No chipmunks one year……neighborhood cat got them, bit their heads off, left the bodies at the back door of their house as trophies, and a yard full of heads. Wish the cat was still here
I like chipmunks. Were they a bother?Our cat tended to leave squirrels tails for trophies. Yech.
On that cheerful note, I’ll day good night Crew.
An honest mistake. Poor Louie.
Good Evening, Crew.
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