Thursday, January 21, 2016

Cat and Mouse


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  1. Sweet video - if only people would learn to get on with each other like that! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. It would be great wouldn't it?
      Hugs back.

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  2. doesn't look like fluffykins is enjoying the roddent's company :)

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    1. The mouse does seem a tad bit more relaxed:)

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  3. the kitty looks like my nyla. and what a cute wee mousie!

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    1. Tabbies have such a wonderful personality.

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    2. And if Nyla looks like this kitty, she's a beauty.

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  4. Hi, dear Sandra!

    This video offers a powerful metaphor, a lesson for the human rat race. We don't have to be hating on each other and trying to destroy each other just because we are different. Set aside fear and mistrust, come from unconditional love, and watch the miracles happen.

    Thank you, dear friend Sandra!

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  5. So cute! This reminds me of the images shot by a wildlife photographer of his husky (sled) dogs playing with a polar bear. The bear should have attacked but because a dog signaled play first, the encounter went an entirely different way. I saw those images several years ago and they still stick out in my memory. The photographer said the bear returned every night for a week to play with the dogs.

    If anyone is interested, the photos and explanation of the encounter are here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHj82otCi7U

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    1. I've seen that! It is absolutely fascinating. It just amazes me. So sweet. I bet the polar bear was a young one. Thanks for sharing. Hugs,

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  6. I had a dream of a mouse running around the house. Was it precognition of your blog post? Hope so!

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  7. The cat looked to be rolling its eyes a bit haha

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  8. I'll say she's a really friendly kitty. There's no way my cat would let a rodent like that run free!

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    1. You know, Sherry, years ago we had the weirdest situation. We had indoor/outdoor cats. They figured anything in the house belonged there. They'd only hunt outdoor mice.
      Now our current crew is another story:)

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    1. Hi Barb,
      Glad you enjoyed it:)
      How are you?

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    1. Hi, Diane,
      Isn't that something?
      Thanks for stopping by:)

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  11. I know I watched this but not sure what happened to me writing?? Anyway-Love the friendship and that the cat didn't bring the bits o mouse to his master thinking he/she did well

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    1. Oh yeah. Don't you hate those little gifts?

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  12. How very cute!! But I thought the cat was a little wary of the mouse! MOL

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  13. Bleubeard would have played with the mouse, but I fear Squiggles would have not been so gentle and caring. It's amazing how two cats, raised in the same house could be so totally different, but it just goes to show that is how human nature seems to work, too. Great video.

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