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Great photo! Lucky for the curious gull the window is closed 🙂
He comes every day and the cat is terrified of him and keeps a very wide berth. She was chattering at him through the window, it is the only time she feels brave enough ha. Thank you for your comment.
Yes, cats can be quite intimidated by some birds. A mockingbird “took over” the fenced backyard that our cat used to enjoy. After too many sharp, crackling warnings and swooping sky dives toward our poor cat, she now prefers the window.
Yep, it had probably nested nearby. They are very protective creatures. This guy has two chicks on my roof so he is showing her right now he is not scared of her. If that chick falls into the garden the parents will defend it within an inch of their lives. I hope that if it happens she gives it a wide berth too.
Great shot….It is so cute when cats chatter like that.
Yes it is, she does it all the time when she is sat at the window. Very cute.
Thank you very much indeed. 🙂
Looks like a really interesting conversation going on there:)-
Yes ha, she runs a mile when it lands in the garden though.
Thank you, too kind. 🙂
Having a starring match…. 😆
They were there for the longest time, this is a daily occurrence at the moment. This gull is staying put and arrives here just after 5 everyday tapping on my window while we are eating tea. 🙂
Gull wants to be invited. 😛
Wonderful shot! Love this!
Thank you so much, very kind of you.
More than welcome.
That’s great how they’re eye-ing each other up !
I know ha, it is very amusing to watch. 🙂
wonderful photo… they’d be great in a talking heads cartoon strip…
Ha yes they would 🙂
Love it. Great capture!
Thank you very kindly 🙂
🙂 thank you.
LOL, that’s very funny! Didn’t see the gull until I saw your title.
🙂 Thank you very much.
LOVE this one! Sometimes it’s just being in the right place at the right time and you obviously were! 🙂
🙂 My rule is always have my camera at arms length at all times even when sat watching the telly just in case, it paid off with this cute shot. I did have to get up very quietly so as not to disturb her to change the lens as I had my zoom lens still on the camera from earlier in the day which meant I could not have possibly have got them both in the shot. Luckily my cat was too focused on the situation at hand to notice me moving as usually getting a shot of her can be quite difficult at the best of times as she is quite a jumpy creature 🙂
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Now I wonder what would happen if we opened up the window? I adore this photo.
The cat would run away in fright ha. Thank you 🙂
All meow and no action ? 🙂
Very, very much so. She is all big and tough when there is double glazing separating them! Today when I was in the back garden I turned around and said gull was inside my house, in my lounge looking out at me! Ha I had to call my dad to come and remove it. It is getting worse, I think Mr Beady thinks he is a family pet. Needless to say the cat was nowhere to be seen.
Oh my goodness from my vantage point that is hilarious! Maybe you could hang a bird cage in the window to give a hint to the feathered friend. 🙂
Ha yes, I just wish I had my camera with me. I think this is going to be a bit of an ongoing story. 🙂
Love this shot! 🙂
Thank you very much indeed 🙂
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Now, that’s a good one! 🙂
So cute! Great capture.
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Oh, my! This photo is so wonderful! Poor cat, though.
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