Nice work. We are very pleased that your Dad praises you for hunting. Our ape does this and whilst she generally puts our hunting trophies in the bin, it's nice to know she appreciates our work.
uh oh you deaded a bunny! The mom could not look - she loves the bunnies, but WE think you did a PAWSOME job!!! Way to go!!!
We couldn't look either.
OMC, we're beyond impressed. We're speechless.Our human is just horrified, though, keeps saying, omg, the poor little baby, the poor baby over and over again. Sheesh.
You are both the Mightiest of Hunters! It is a long time since I saw a bunny let alone caught one. Well done both of you.
Impressive kitehs! Woooos are mighty hunters!RA
Vocês são ótimos caçadores.
Wow - great hunting skills pals.
MAJOR respect! Awesome. 12 tails up here saluting you. Well, Roosa the manxie is wiggling her bum :)
Concats on the kill! You two have impressed all of us. We've never killed anything but time. MOL!
My human probably confused the heck out of the cat before me, who was quite a hunter - if she brought home something that was already dead, she got praised, but if she brought it home alive, my human would make her drop it!
BTW, BIG concatulations on snagging that bunny!
Now that is what a ferocious hunter does! Wow we are very impressed with your skill. Good job guys!!!
We're impressed with your hunting skills, but Mom Paula didn't want to look.
Way to go, mighty hunters! Concatulations on catching such impressive prey.
Poor wittle bunny came to the wrong garden. Too bad you couldn't just scare him off but I understand how instinct takes over and you have to put the bitey on him.
yoW! we're impressed! You kitties are pawsome hunters!Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, Hollie
Now that is some SERIOUS hunting! We think you two are awesome!!!Also, Mommy is in the doghouse (hee hee) for not getting us over to wish Ayla a Happy Birthday! We hope you had a totally wunnerful day, lovely girl.
Oh my. Now *I* think that's PAWSOME, but the Human is all leaky for that poor little bunny. But then I ask her, "So, do you think your chick-hen breast was borned in that nice plastic Safeway tray??" Stoopy Humans!
Oh and PS! Ayla, sweet girl! I am so sorries I did not get here for your Birfday yesterday--I hope you hadded a great time and that Iza and Marley were verreh nice to you XOXOXOXO
You have all the fun at your house! There's a bunny, bugger than yours, in our mom's garden and we sure would like a shot at it! We don't think she would mind either as its eaten some of her favorite plants. Besides, our gardens need all the help they can get.The mom feels bad she hasn't emailed you back yet. Her boss is off this week (last week too) and she's been putting in longer hours and coming home dead tired - only 3 more days . . .
You brought down a bunneh! (Mom didn't like to read the part about him screaming)You are truly mighty hunters! Mom found a young bird in the yard that Zolie caughted but she buried it so it could go back to nature.
Allie: Oh how I envy you! I know those things screech, truly I do, firsthand, but my humans just told me to let it go... *sigh*
Wow, we are impressed. Can you catch sqwerls too?
I wish your human had rescued the bunny and released it in a safe place before you killed it--it looks like a baby and it deserves to have a life too.
Cynthia - TBT here: I appreciate your concern for the young bunny; they are cute. But forgive me for making some observations... First, the bunny was dead when I first saw it up on the deck. Second, I wouldn't have tried to save it even it was still alive; it certainly would have been mortally wounded for the cats to get it up to the deck. Third, I allow the cats some lethality. If they get one bunny a year and a few careless birds, that is not going to affect the local population. And I wish the cats could catch every mole and vole and mouse in the yard. I would reward them for that. Fourth, young bunnies become older bunnies, and they eat my garden plants. If they only ate the clover in my lawn, I would actually try to protect them.You probably don't have much of a problem with bunnies in Brooklyn, do you? Around here, they are pests.Respectfully differing in opinion...
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