Here we go again

Julie just brought home a mouse, and dropped it. Of course, it was totally unhurt and scuttled under the nearest bit of furniture. This was so much fun the last time. And hopefully it won’t take a week to finish like the time before that.

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6 Responses to Here we go again

  1. CC released a live dove in the house once…it was pandemonium.

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  2. kerrycooks says:

    Oh no! Our cats have just started going out a week ago and they’re proudly bringing back leaves, bits of fluff and bird feathers. I’m dreading the day they bring home a mouse or bird!

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    • Oldcat says:

      Of my three, only one really goes all out for hunting, so maybe the odds are in your favor. Julus has always been super focused on prey – as a kitten we would play fetch the paper ball for hours on end.

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  3. littlemiao says:

    Eeek!

    Yesterday morning I found a dead mouse upstairs. We’ll never know who did it. I once saw Lotus suffocate a mouse with his belly floof. My father rescued the mouse.

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    • Oldcat says:

      Well, Julius just the instant you wrote caught a mouse. Not the right mouse, though.

      He carried a new mouse in, but I managed to get it before it escaped. It was a little more damaged, but it has its chance to recover outside.

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  4. lifewith4cats says:

    ha this is too funny! Most cats only get the chance to bring in live unhurt prey once. Your very tolerent. My four are very pathetic. A chipmunk accidently came in with the woodpile last winter. Imagine 4 cats all chasing the same little chipmunk. I call them pathetic because the odds were in their favor but still the chipmunk escaped unharmed a few days later.

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