Ooops. Too bad it wasn't a bit more robust, it would have lasted longer.Well done, though! Derry's big on butterflies and moths too, and those crunchy damselflies! :-)
But did it taste good?
Was it nommy, Iza?
Yup, they can be a bit disappointing.
Yep, crunch b gone!
Iza that was very remarkable!
So are dragonflies! But, it was a very pretty one.
Nice catch! They really should manufacture those to be more durable, though, shouldn't they?
Stick to mousies Iza. Leave the pretty things alone.MeganSydney, Australia
I know you're very proud of yourself for catching the butterfly, but they're good insects and you should just watch them, not eat them.
Aw, poor butterfly. Are you going to leave the wings there as a warning to other butterflies?
Mummy got rather upset about the poor flutterby. She likes flutterbies (or should that be - flutters-by?)She says they should be left alone - and so should ladybirds. But if we should happen to see a cockroach (which she devoutly hopes will NOT be found in Our House), she doesn't want to see it till We have dedded it.
MOL=we liked Sparkles comment!...Way to go, Iza=we are impressed with your hunting skills, beautiful girl!...Happy Belated Blogoversary, dear friends and wishing you all many, many more!...kisses...Calle, Halle, Sukki, Mommy Cat, Daddy Cat
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