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Sunday, May 13, 2018

Selfies Sent With Love For A Happy Mother's Day!

Hooray! Its Mother's Day!
Happy Mother's Day to Petcretary as that is what we call our Mom. though in the past we called her Growlmy or Meowmy, MOL/BOL!
She loves us, takes care of us, cleans up after us and makes sure we get the yummiest noms...and of course the healthiest, Mmmm!
We love her, though sometimes we make grrs and hisses if we feel naughty. And we might even do naughty things...but since she loves us, she forgives us:)
So we being boys, decided it would be ok to sit in the blooms to honor her. Afterall, don't men give flowers to their beaus?

I am glad that I have my own forever mom, now! Thanks Petcretary!

See that twinkle in my eye, Petcretary? Thats just for you, my Mom, from the days of my kittenhood till now and forever!

We made a card to give to her too...
We had lots of rain the past few days, and if we were ducks we would be quacking with glee, but we are not, cause we can't go outside...well Dalton can't though he has to go there to do that privacy stuff...I, Pipo am a kitty so I get to use that box, MOL!
(Tabbies skip down to the next section...)
But in the rain outside I don't see as many critters or burds at the feeders. However sometimes its very busy there: Cardinals, Orioles, Gold Finches; Purple Finches, Chipping sparrows, Field Sparrows, Fox Sparrows, White crowned sparrows, Downy woodpeckers, Hairy woodpeckers, Red Bellied woodpeckers, Northern Flickers, Chickadees, Nuthatches, Tufted Titmouse, Mourning Doves, Starlings, Grackles, Cowbirds, Catbirds, Redwinged blackbirds,Robins, Wrens, Blue Jays, Bluebirds and even Indigo Buntings, Rose Breasted Grosbeaks, Sometimes there are crows around, and we hear owls and hawks, but they have not tried to raid our bird areas as far as we know. In the field across the street there may be flocks of geese or sometimes sandhill cranes. Herons frequent the ponds and creek nearby. In our back area where there are more trees, shrubbery and thickets, there are sometimes pileated woodpeckers. The hummingbirds are here now too, but they have not been at our feeders too much. Some birds frequent the feeders more than others, and those starlings and similar birds are a nuisance according to petcretary. They can decimate the suet cakes and the seeds in a flash:(
Thanks petcretary, for providing for them and letting me have such pawsome burd channel! (Sorry Tabbies!)
Squirrels and chipmunks are fun to watch too. Dalton doesn't go nutzo about them like MJF did, at least he doesn't seem to react to the word nor does he want to come and look out the window to see them stealing the seeds...they can't get into the feeders since they can't climb the stovepipe around the poles...and the tree feeder has a shut down perch. So they can only steal the dropped seeds. But it doesn't stop them from trying, MOL!

Petcretary has to be at her work this Mother's Day...she will be helping to look after the many Moms, Grannies and Aunties of others, so we think that is OK that we have to share her, don't you think so too?!
We also made some more cards for others.

Both Lucy and Sophie are part of the Kitty Cat Chronicles furmily; you can visit there by just clicking on this sentence.
We are hopping to honor Moms with our selfies in the Sunday Selfies; a weekly feature hosted by The Kitties Blue.