Bird Brain

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Felix...Birdie Watch

Each morning, the Orange Boys and I have a first-thing ritual upon entering the kitchen.  They get up on the counter, eagerly chattering and hurrying me along while I empty the dishwasher of it’s contents and begin the preparations for their breakfast.  Felix is usually the one doing most of the hurrying as eating is his #1 job…followed by job #2 which is BIRDIE WATCH.

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Birdie on the Brain

This morning, there were a family of small sparrows just outside the Boys’ garden window.  (most people put plants in their garden windows….ours is for cat beds and feline sun-bathing)  He was transfixed with their 6 a.m. comings and goings and almost forgot to hurry up the breakfast preparations.

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Oscar for Breakfast

So Oscar picked up the slack and parked himself near the dishes which still needed putting away while I grabbed my camera.  I am so grateful for my morning ritual with the Orange Boys.  It is a constant and a comfort in my life and they are the best friends in the world during my morning wake-up time.

2 Responses

  1. Mary Muncil
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    It does my heart good to see other people’s cats on the counters too! Thank you for the smile this morning Debra!

  2. admin
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    Hi Mary, Thank you for being another counter-kitty person. I mean what’s the point? The counter is where everything is happening, so why not be up there, right? Much love, Debra

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