No Snow Yet

We took a walk in the Lane and it was very cool.                                           

        Oh mom, what a blooper….a thousand reasons why. You look like you have two heads.     

         Dad and I at a standoff….waiting for it to get warmer. mol

Of course Shoko disappeared after this picture.. 

    She found something more interesting. 

She found 2 Northern Flicker Woodpeckers. Absolutely nothing about Halloween.  That’s fine.  Tyebe and I don’t like it….too noisy.


 

 

36 thoughts on “No Snow Yet

  1. photofinlandrantasalot.wordpress.com

    My friends, hi there in faraway Canada. You have cold, I have been following your temperatures, you have much colder than us here, about +9C. The sun is shining there, because you have shadows. Here is dark like in somewhere dark place, heh, no bad words. Not been writing much, because my secretary, mom, has problems to see anything.
    Hugs to everybody,
    Kosmo

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  2. Meezer'sMews&TerrieristicalWoofs

    What a snag, Shoko and Tyebe posing in the same frame!! Must have been the cold that froze you to the deck! LOL!

    We have hardly had any frost here either, but way too many buckets of rain.

    Nice lane-way to stroll along and get your lungs refreshed! And the blood circulating too…
    Funny, that two headed shadow…were you carrying something?

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  3. Memories of Eric and Flynn

    It was nice to get out and have some fresh air and make the most of it before the snow comes. We rarely get snow but we do get ice, lots of it.

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  4. BellaDharma an BellaSita

    Mee-yow wo those Flickurss are so cute!!!
    Be they wuud bee tasty sna….”What BellaSita?” No mee not goin meow snax!!””
    How doess shee KNOW these thingss Shoko an Tyebe?????
    Wee had WET snow today!!!EEKKK!! BellaSita was all “Fa-lala-lala” an mee was all “BAH Humbuggie!!”
    Enjoy THE guud weather while it lastss mee frendss…..
    ***purrss*** BellaDharma an {{{huggiess}}} BellaSita

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  5. fgsjr2015

    Many of us can appreciate the reciprocally healthy, perhaps even somewhat symbiotic, relationships that can exist between pet cats and their lovingly appreciative human hosts, especially when the host lives with physical and/or mental ailments. Whenever I observe anxiety in the facial expression of my aging mother, I can also witness how that stress suddenly drains and is replaced with joyful adoration upon her cat entering the room. “Hi, sweetheart,” she’ll say. Countless other seniors with a cat also experience its emotional benefits. A cat’s qualities, especially an un-humanly innocence, makes losing that feline someday such an extremely heartbreaking experience.

    Maybe cats have a beneficial effect on the human psyche that most people still cannot fathom thus appreciate. That unawareness may help explain why it was reported a few years ago that Surrey, British Columbia, had an estimated 36,000 feral cats, very many of which suffer severe malnourishment, debilitating injury and/or infection (I’ve seen many shocking, heart-wrenching images). And why the municipal government, as well as aware yet uncaring residents, did little or nothing to help with the local non-profit Trap/Neuter/Release program, regardless of their documented success in reducing the needless great suffering by these beautiful animals.

    Yesterday I contacted Surrey Community Cat Foundation and was informed that, if anything, their “numbers would have increased, not decreased, in the last 5 years.”

    I was also informed that the problems continuing for feral cats and strays in Surrey, B.C. are:
    • The increase in population and the lack of interest by more residents in caring for strays..
    • Lack of affordable pet friending housing causing cat owners to leave their pet behind and outdoor.
    • Tear-down of older homes where there was feeding done by the resident or the neighbourhood.
    • New construction and lack of places for ferals and strays to go.
    • Lack of City participation in reducing the suffering of all the cats (ferals and strays) by providing funding for a City veterinary hospital including low or no fees for low income spay/neuter.
    • Increase in residential housing and condos with developer fees not being put toward the care of misplaced feral and stray cats on the land.
    • Lack of cooperation with City services that are unable or do not want to care for stray cats that are not tame.
    • No place to house trapped feral cats.
    • Barn locations must be checked out and meet high criteria for the care of the animal. Colonies cannot be maintained without a resident caretaker and a food supply.

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