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Sleeping in until 6:30—life is good! I pee broke Albus and found all the cats staring out from the porch in awe at the dawn passage of a herd of deer. So many puffy tails I have not seen since the foster kittens, who are now about seven and a half months old, were first allowed free range of the house! Aaand the fuzzies want me to know that breakfast—say it with me, now—is very late!

May your day be free of vexation, and your night, calm. *huggles*


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Mar. 28th, 2018 08:23 pm (UTC)
LOL at image of cats watching the deer passing by.

Living in the city we don't get such scenes. Thank you for the kind wishes.
Mar. 29th, 2018 04:36 pm (UTC)
They were quite shocked by the strange "dogs." *g* I love the countryside-ish place in which I live. :D

You're welcome; I hope you had a lovely day.
Mar. 29th, 2018 06:08 pm (UTC)
My brother's place out in the county (~40 min drive away) has small groups of deer drifting by in the back, ducks and wild Canada geese landing on the pond ... there are probably fox too as I remember my dad (my parents owned the place originally) mentioned he wanted to learn/qualify to shoot a rifle to kill whatever was after his chickens about 4-5 yrs before he died. He DID qualify as a matter of fact but I don't think he ever got the rifle.
Mar. 29th, 2018 06:12 pm (UTC)
That sounds lovely (and I'm sorry about the chickens but, in spite of knowing better, happy about the fox bandit; everything needs to eat).

Our neighborhood grew in the middle of fields and woods before other developments were established, so it feels very much like the (crowded) countryside. :D
Mar. 29th, 2018 08:04 pm (UTC)
It could have been a raccoon or badger ... I don't think he ever saw it.

My brother's place is between 2 small towns. Hopefully, they won't grow towards each other enough to crowd out the farms in between. There a gravel quarry/pit between them and one of the towns and a very small vineyard on the other side ... fingers crossed.
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