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April 08, 2009

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SmilinSweetpea

That is classic! I love it (which is really sick of me since I own a teenage "baby" bird)

Chick Snack

Kentucky Fried - eat your heart out!

k

NOT CUTE.

stevie

Seamus is about as not cute as they come, but what can you do? He's a former stray & it looks like no amount of Fancy Feast will take the blood lust out of him.

peanut287

mmm, cheeep meal

leslie

i loves me some orange furry purry things.

Fat_Head

Does he eat cat food? or just other's children?

bugy_ju

Hey, it could be worse. My cat use to just break the baby bunnies backs and leave them sqeeling in pain on my porch. He was such a sweet boy.

At least Seamus is kind enough to dispose of (most) of the evidence.

Lillian

Be more careful about what type of birds your cat is getting his paws on. You could be held responsible for native birds killed and be fined or jailed. Now if he's taking out English House Sparrows, let him go crazy on that nasty little invasive.

leigh

Um hmm... my kitty Peanut *you can see her in the "Two Face" cat-egory* is hell on paws. She's brought in at least 9 live lizards and she left a dead bird in the bathroom on the rug for me. So considerate for her to bring us some, too. I have rescued as many of the lizards as I can but the bird was a goner.

Randella_in_Chicago

Oh yes, birds chirping and screaming. Killer thrasher movie in the backyard.

Soop2nuts

Be happy he doesn't bring home full-grown pigeons (live) like my grand-cat Roscoe does.

Carolyn

My parent's cat Louie would bring in mice and play catch & release before eventually just killing them. He wouldn't usually eat them though. We kept a tally for a while, but it got to be too many...

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