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ladybird69 Wed 15-Jul-15 00:25:44

Cat3 brought in a mouse 2 weeks ago I finally caught it in a nice humane trap using one of my precious choc buttons. Just took it out to the bottom of the garden to free it and as I did cat3 pounced out of undergrowth and caught it again and ate it! Why do I bother?

sashh Wed 15-Jul-15 08:57:20


Lovethesea Wed 15-Jul-15 10:08:01

Oh the irony....

I sympathise. I had to escort an exuberant Huntercat back through his catflap yesterday evening with a mouse in his it outside, no playing with your food and no, I don't want any thanks.

Couple of days ago it was a bat on the hall floor. A bat. What did he do?! Leap into mid air Matrix style and grab it mid flight?!

Yesterday I opened the back door to a decapitated and disembowelled pigeon carcass.

Today it is a small collection of fluffy feathers and a cat asleep on my office chair refusing breakfast.

He's a cheap date.

ladybird69 Wed 15-Jul-15 17:30:39

Wow Love very impressed by the Bat he must be a ninja wink

midnightvelvetPart2 Wed 15-Jul-15 18:00:05


BagelwithButter Wed 15-Jul-15 18:02:33

Love these stories! grin

Tinfoiled Wed 15-Jul-15 18:19:35

I had a warm, whole egg brought in last week hmm. Not sure what kind, a wood pigeon going by the size. The cat was batting it about on the kitchen floor looking very pleased with herself!

Lovethesea Wed 15-Jul-15 22:28:07

I'm waiting for a squirrel to complete my British Wildlife bingo card. Then I fear for pheasants, muntjac deer and badgers in the area....

CtrlAltDelicious Wed 15-Jul-15 22:32:38

Last year I foolishly stepped put of bed for a wee and in doing so I stepped on something small and crunchy. I knew instantly what it was....a mouse head. Complete with sad-looking beady eyes. Also have had starlings, wrens, moles, voles, shrews, toads and a weasel.
They're indoor at the moment but when I move they'll be back out and God help the Northumberland wildlife....

RubbishMantra Thu 16-Jul-15 00:11:13

When MCat went through a stage of being a serial killer, we got a few stoats. shock

Most recently, he brought a mouse in. Like you Ladybird, I managed to trap it and put it outside. Next day he ran through the cat-flap and flung a dead mouse at my feet. Sort of felt like he was giving me a massive "fuck you".

MyNameIsFled Thu 16-Jul-15 07:43:36

glad I've found this thread. cat2 kills pigeons regularly. no idea how he manages as they are bigger than him and he always needs bathed after as he's saturated in blood angry

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