Friday, May 2, 2008

Tom and the birdie















15 comments:

ILoveCats said...

The pics are awesome... Its always nice to see that animals are loved and appreciated.
cheers

Anonymous said...

The pics are awesome... Its always nice to see that animals are loved, respected and appreciated...
All the best.
cheers

Anonymous said...

Kill it with FIRE!

Anonymous said...

awh, animal friends <3333

this is so cute it makes me wanna puke all over my keyboard!!

Anonymous said...

So I'm willing to be tthat one day... that cat is going to swat at the bird. and the bird will die.

Anonymous said...

That is an unusual friendship :-) They don't happen often, but as this demonstrates well, it is the product of environment (living in the same house and being regularly fed helps too). It would not happen that quickly in nature.

A friend of mine had a labrador dog and a small cat who pretty much did everything together (the cat would lie on the dog's back and they would walk around the countryside).

David Gridley said...

Looks like my bird.. chances are that cat will never intentionally hurt that bird as they've grown up together.. but just to be safe... uhm, let's keep an eye on them!

Anonymous said...

This is cute but slightly dangerous.

One little bite or claw to that bird and he's a goner.

Even if the cat doesn't hurt him that bad the bacteria in its mouth and claws will eventually...

Anonymous said...

one day the cat will eat the bird :)

sillyokio said...

This is so adorable!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for those pics, on the
cutness meter, I'd say a 10+

Brisbane Roo

Neha said...

gosh ...the pics are soooooo cute!!!
Thanks for sharing.

Nehaa said...

gosh the pics are really very cute!!!!
Thanks for sharing.
cheers

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Anonymous said...

OMFG NEEE *makes squee noises*