Dinner’s On!

Images from:

2 Corona (Durango)
4 Eugenia (Rupert Jughead)
5 Corky
9 Conservative Cowgirl
10 Eugenia

The rest of the images are courtesy of pixabay.com

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10 Comments on Dinner’s On!

  1. I do believe I see some ice cubes there in Corky’s pic. The little rascal knows some action can be had and gets it.




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  2. Great pics. The fishing ducks?, geese? pelicans? reminded me when we lived on the river. Migrating pelicans would arrive for a while. It was magical watching them form a semi-circle and paddle slowly toward to shore, herding the fish to shallower water. Then, as one, they would duck their heads in the water with their butts in the air. I called it the pelican ballet and it was fun to watch.




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  3. That raccoon is adorable. The cats are part of my TNVR’d
    feral colony who live on our property. Rupert, Isabella, Esmeralda and Lizzie. Brutus Spud and Rufus Doofus Ferd Farkel are not in the picture.




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  4. Eugenia- The cats in your pic remind me of my rescue cats. The black one looks like HouseCat #1 (RIP, Flimsy.) She was a mighty hunter and used to bring home the catch of the day for approval.
    The large dilute tabby on the left looks like HC#2, the Best Cat Ever. He was a little guy, with the loudest purr and the longest whiskers of all.
    My current HC#3 resembles the marble tabby eating from the red bowl.
    He’s a feral cat about 4 yrs old now, was very wild but finally starting to settle down a little. He still runs around the place like a maniac on occasion, very amusing. I call him TRex.




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