We'd be highly insulted that the bird was ignoring us. Surely it should have been quaking in its feathers.***Sorry, but OMC, those photos of Marley crack me up. Priceless. :-D -Kim
Thar bird was very brave, or maybe very foolish to taunt you like that. You both had him covered from all angles.
That is so very frustrating, but you handled it well!!!
Your folks need to build you a good hiding spot.
That bird's bravery is amazing. Or perhaps it's blind and didn't realise you were there? How about one of you making a glorious leap from the deck on to the bird feeder next time?MeganSydney, Australia
I swearsie that they know you are right there, but can't reach them, so they sit there and ignore you!
With all that snow, you must be getting lots of bird feeder action. Score!
Mes would say that is one Cheeky Chickadee (or what ever birdie it is)And Don't forgets, over at my blog Tuesday is the Finishing the Sentence Game for a personal cartoon for the winner!! Comes and makes your guess!KissesNellie
That silly bird. He must know distance really well to have stayed there that whole time. Hope your food was bird-flavored!
That was one brave birdie.
Maybe he wasn't ignoring you.. maybe he has a death wish and you disappointed him by not being able to reach!
That was some hungry finch to ignore you kitties!Don't get stuck in the rails, Marley, Yikes!
That was one brave birdy!
You two need a net!And thumbs...
Yep, you definitely were found out!We would have gone in for dinner, too. It's much easier than catching your food!
All we can say is that is one brave (or hungry) birdie.
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