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Friday, 16 August 2013

Sprawk took a Sparrow but the local moggy snatched it off her in a split second !



10 comments:

Richard G. Smith said...

Amazing sequence!!!!!!!!!!!

Slaphead said...

shoot the bloody cat then,they are only dirty,stinking vermin. The only good cat is a dead one.

Seymour said...

Sorry to disagree but I've always loved a nice pussy Nige...

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tiger said...

this cat is no ordinary moggy, its a pedigree "Bengali", cost its owner a few hundred quid & is a natural killer, a real lean, mean machine, spends hours hiding & wtg his chance - he leapt 6 feet to get his prey. I am absolutely sick & tired of seeing him around !

Slaphead said...

Give the vile thing a pedigree Michelin tyre Cliff,right over its spine and that should suffice. Every cat owner should be made to keep their pests indoors 24/7,or if they want to take the stinking thing out,it goes on a leash,if its not under control then they should be fair game. Ask Randal if he will loan you Snowdrop,it would make him a tasty snack.

Richard G. Smith said...

You have confirmed my thought that maybe these imported 'jungle cat' types are probably more adept at being garden predators - anyway I guess the Sprawk got away?

tiger said...

Yes, but empty-handed, the cat took the unfortunate sprog, I cant hate cats in general as we have had 2 in the past & our son has got 2 now, can be great company but some, not all, will occasionally take birds

MauriceC said...

Its got no collar. A collar with a bell is supposed to be effective in warning potential pray.

Richard G. Smith said...

The cat took it off Damned clever these Bengalis.