Wednesday, April 6, 2016

More visitors at the mouse-house

David came by for a visit today.
As soon as I sat on the dead grass he dropped and rolled.
He's a pretty funny guy.

I adore him but I don't trust him around the bird feeders.
So, when I see him hanging around I come out to spend a bit of time with him. He seems to be happy with that and then he goes on his way.
I think he just forgets why he came over in the first place.
He is a fine example of the delightful & affectionate tabby cat.
                                   That's him in my header. A good shot taken last fall.

Audrey almost peed her pants when this guy showed up looking for his mate.

He tried and tried to get under or through the fence. I asked the retired-guy if he would like to go out and help him. lol "Not gonna happen", he said.  The whopper of a bird eventually gave up and came up the drive-way to join her at our side feeder. He was quite a sight to see with his size and beautiful feathers. I wish he would have dropped one for me before toddlin' off to the next house.
Looks like I have some raking to do.

hugs. Deb


  1. Lovely photos . No wild turkeys here for us as we have Miggs out and about in the yard . Looks like you have lots of friends there to cats not so much here again Miggs keeps them at bay lol ! Rain later today cloudy right now . Thanks for sharing , have a good day !

  2. David is so much like our Patty O'Malley; he drops and rolls no matter what the weather, and I drop down to accommodate him! Audrey almost peed her pants...that would have been a sight to behold! LOL!

  3. he is a big size and I think one of his feathers would be lovely as well!!

  4. Those turkeys are huge!

    David makes for good company.

  5. You get such wonderful visitors! Such a handsome tabby cat too. Can just imagine Audrey with that huge Turkey .... made my day. x

  6. This turkeys are big! Our cats love watching the squirrels and birds each fact, they drive us nuts to get on the screened in porch for a close up view! XOXO

  7. That turkey has beautiful colouring! Tabbies are so easy going aren't they? I wonder what Audrey would have done if there was no window between her and him? -Jenn

  8. I'm glad the turkey found his way around. An annoyed turkey doesn't sound like much fun. David looks like fun, though.

  9. How fun to have wild turkey's. I hope we get some in our yard someday. At first I thought you were going to tell us the turkey got caught in the fence. Glad it didn't!

    Cindy Bee

  10. I'd like to see Audrey alone in a room with a turkey! ;)