Friday, May 20, 2011

Lately we have been seeing this a lot. Our neighbor's white cat and our Loyal sitting outside the chicken house, just watching and waiting. We figure they are hoping to catch a mouse that they can hear inside.


 They crack me up with how intent they are. Hope they get a reward for all that vigilance!


Our Sam is too timid to venture far from the house. But sometimes she gets brave enough to go down the garden path.

9 comments:

Sunny Simple Life said...

Oh too cute. We have two cats, one a big time hunter and the other never leaves the yard. He is special if you know what I mean. Something just not quite all there with that guy so I am glad he stays near home.

Kerin said...

Looks like a couple of 'agents'.... just working their detail :)
Hope they are rewarded too !
Have a wonderful weekend.

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

how funny! I hate it when my cat use to do that in the house though...looking under the stove. their little heads are like watching a tennis match!

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

So cute - they're very focused!

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

How cute! Isn't it fun to watch our fur babies doing things like that?
Have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs,
Julia

vivian said...

aww sweet kitties! I feel bad for my kitties there arent allowed out as they have no claws and we live too close to the road, even though were in the country, our road is fairly busy sometimes. I finally bought collars and leashes and have been taken them out like that, but It may have been a bad idea, because now they really want to go out!!
have a delightfilled weekend
vivian

Regina said...

hi
how cute!!
have a wonderful weekend,
regina

Diane Mars said...

That is so funny, I too hope they catch a mouse. We don't have any cats any longer but our dog Charlie keeps a watch out in the yard and chases away any crows... it was very funny today, I think the crow is trying to eat food from a dog bowl in the neighbors yard! Have a great week. ox, Diane

Kathleen From Yesteryear Embroideries said...

How funny, your Sam, sounds like our Max. He has slowed down so much!