Thursday, May 17, 2007

Occassional Guest Animals, 4 & 5.

Mmm, fish!
Fritz and I are indoor cats as you may know, so we live vicariously through the Feeders, the apartment windows, the T.V. and Feeders photos to learn about species other than Feline and Human. Nonetheless, it must be an inherited gene, but we know a fish when we see one! -in any of the aforementioned media. (I must say though, I haven't seen a fish from our 6th floor window yet).
Below are fish in a pond that the feeders photographed in a hotel in Thailand. You can see a Feeder finger here: of course, we see the opportunity for a Kitty paw:

Meanwhile, back in England, the pond of a Feeders parents also has fish we're told. Hence the interest of their next-door neighbours cat, (please welcome guest animal number 5), at this particular local attraction. The Feeders met her last year, George is her name we're told. Here she may be seen luxuriating near her subject of interest in the customary splenour of an English summer ....

Parents blame Herons for the fish poaching that evidently occurs. Frankly, I think this photograph proves that George has more than passing interest in the ponds denizens, and if we were her, we know that our paws would be interested in taking a "lucky dip".
We maintain a fairly robust surveillance routine from our apartment windows and will of course notify you first of any flying fish sightings, should we be so lucky.


Forty Paws said...

Hello Guest Animals!! Welcome! Flying fish at 6 stories? We think not. Lovely pond across the pond. You'll have to tell Daisy that there is a poodin named George. All of her friends are named George.

Luf, Us

Pearl C. Pritchard said...

Isn't it amazing how many people in England have ponds in their gardens? We don't because those two don't know how to maintain a pond.

But, yes. We know of a certain English cat who pulls fish out of her human's pond so it does happen.

Daisy said...

GEORGE!! How did you get way over there?!?!

I like looking at those fishies. They are cute. And they sure have big round mouths. I guess they eat a lot, maybe.

Victor Tabbycat said...

Hullo, Fritz, Ernest, George, fish, an all! I don't know how I've missed yur blog! Mom says yur blog name is from one of hers favoritest plays. Come say hi to me an Bonnie sumtime, kay? Purrs!

The Meezer Gang said...

Do those fish taste like tuna? Cause we love tuna! And does the water that they swim in taste like tuna juice? Cause we love tuna juice even more!!!