Wind in the Birds

 

I walked out on the deck this morning, like every morning.  I ducked and then ran under the bench.  What’s happening here?  I had to dodge our patio furniture to get anywhere near the bench.  The wind dang near bowled me over.                                windbenchsm

I hollered at the glass door for mom to let me back in.  Whew!  Talk about a surprise.   As I was looking out the glass door look who I saw.                               cowkittyzm

Doesn’t Cow Kitty blend in with the snow.  He’s very hard to see until he moves.  He is one huge dude too!

I wandered outside in the afternoon.  The wind had dropped but whatttt?  This is something new.  There are hundreds of birds swarming in the neighbour’s trees.                                       birdsintreesm

That’s it…….I’ve had enough of today outside.  Each time I come out, a new terror awaits me.  I can tangle with one or two birds but hundreds….forget it.                            DSCN3748

Kali, I tell ya, there were thousands of birds dive bombing me, really!

Kali and Shoks

 

 

31 thoughts on “Wind in the Birds

  1. databbiesotrouttowne

    ~~~~~~waves two ewe cow kitty….N kali &
    shoko….bye all de cod in all de seaz: if we wented out N saw that nite mare o burdz in broad day lite; afturr we hurled; we wood move….. troo lee. we hope ewe R knot infested now with burd site 💕

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Dad says they passed over. I guess they were flyin’ south for the winter and filled up here with more food. They scared the beejeebers outta me though!! All seems quiet now though.

      (((Shoko)))

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  2. Cupcake

    Safe and sound inside is always my favorite place to be. You are smart kitties. Strike one – the wind. Strike two – the bird invasion. Strike three….. Yeah. Stay in the house.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  3. onespoiledcat

    Looks like a cold day anyway so why not just stay inside and stay away from the dive-bombing birds?!?! Poor Cow Kitty – I think HE should have been at home inside in the warm too!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  4. easyweimaraner

    That looks a little like that movie from Mr. Hitchcock…. be careful and wear an umbrella… best one like James Bond used once :o) We have a storm too… efurrything flew around… eggs-cept the hornets nest, that’s till there :O(

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      haha…I can see me carrying an umbrella! With a gentle poke here and a harder poke there ♫ ..EEE….III..EEE…III…OOOOO♫ That dang hornets nest….do you think its still being used? Where do the hornets go during the winter? There are none here anymore but where are they? They don’t go south for the winter so where are these gaffers. Can you imagine them flapping their wee wings to head south. It would take like forever.

      (((Shoko)))

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  5. Deziz World

    OMC Dat’s a lot of birds Shoko. Poor Cow kitty, hims looks so cold. You girls be lookin’ so bootyful. and yous steps just amaze us everytime we see ’em. Yous daddy is very talented. Hope y’all have a gweat day.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Lexi

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      I have no idea why all these birds flocked over to the 3 houses across the lane for 3 days in a row but they did…..no sign of them today. Cow Kitty was in top shape….he ran at me, the frisky guy. Guess he was trying to keep warm. I scratch like mad on the stairs dad made for Kali….even Kali scratches her heart out.

      Talk later Dezi,

      (((Shoko)))

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  6. Flynn

    All those birds are scary! It has been very windy here as well. Yesterday I went out my cat flap into the garden and got blown over. I went right back in and laid beside the fire!

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Flynn, where do these winds come from and what did we ever do to deserve this kind of harassment? You got admit the wind certainly airs out the coat…no musty smelling coats around here. hehe

      (((Shoko)))

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Funny, I knew when I mentioned the boids that Trout Town Tabbies would have plenty to say bout these guys. Cow Kitty goes into the greenhouse for shelter if he’s caught outside but I notice he isn’t out too long anymore.

      Shoko

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  7. pilch92

    You are much safer in the house anyway. I am glad to see cow kitty made an appearance. I want that cat and I do have an opening. Good thing I don’t have a passport or I could get in trouble for cat theft.

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      haha…mom has thought about taking him a couple of times but always gives up the idea. Cow Kitty is so big now, mom would have trouble carrying him. I run when I see him. I wonder if he’ll be scared of Kali anymore?

      Shoko

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Northern Illinois? I must get mom to pull out the map and show me. You had snow stuck up your leg….*shivers*. I know that kind of snow……its the wet kind. It’s awful stuff. I slip and slide on it. Give me the dry powdery kind any day. Although it has to be super cold for that kind. mmm…neither kind is good. MOL

      Shoko

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  8. Nylabluesmum

    PICKERELL that iss sum flock of birdss…like thee movie “Thee BIRDSS”!!! Mee finkss stayin inn iss a good diea! Wee had crazy windy here also an now wee has snow….Winter iss knockin at thee door it seemss….an Autumm was so-o nice…..again mee sayss PICKERELL!!!!
    Are you OK Shoko? No PTBD?? (Post Traumtick Bird Disorder).
    ***paw kissesss*** Cuss-inn Dharth Henry xxxxxx

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      MOL I’m fine and those birds have passed through. They ate almost all the berries on the neighbour’s Ash Tree. We had a cwappy autumn and winter is no longer knockin’ at the door but has opened the door and is yelling, “Anybody home….I’m comin’ in?”

      (((Shoko)))

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  9. Nylabluesmum

    Whew mee iss glad no PTBD there!!!
    Maybee they eated all thee berries an are goin to fly sumwhere warmer?
    Our Autumm has been rainy…nothing too bad an it was warmer than usual…..
    Wee are xpectin snow thiss weekend…..
    Winter iss mumblin here all so Shoko an Kali…….
    ***nose bumpsss*** Dharth Henry xXxXx

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Hey Dharth, it’s so cold here we are shiverin our paws off when we go outside….which was once today. Mom says its -23C and that is pretty cold for this time of year.

      Big hugs to our cuz,

      Shoko

      PSS: Mom wants to know how your mom is feeling today? Please let us know. Mom is fussin’

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