Friday, August 26, 2016

Invitation For Lunch


Cyndi:  A little closer, Jan.  I can't reach the treat from here.

Merci:  You couldn't reach the treat on the front porch last week either.  Are you getting shorter?

Cyndi:  Of course not.  You're joking with me, right?

Merci:  Yes, I am joking but about a bird, not a treat.  The refugee from a thunderstorm on our front porch. 


Cyndi:  It was a bad storm.  I wonder why the bird was trying to fly in the wind?

Merci:  Maybe it was blown out of a tree?

Cyndi:  We'll never know.


Merci:  But it was nice that for a short time we could shelter a scared and weary bird.

Cyndi:  You know Marcus.  He wanted to invite it for lunch.

Merci:  I've never figured out whether he means "for lunch" as a guest or "for lunch" as the lunch.

Cyndi:  We'll probably never know that either.


We are joining the Pet Parade blog hop with hosts Rascal and RoccoBionic Basil, Barking From the Bayou and Love is being owned by a husky.

14 comments:

  1. That bird looks tasty... I mean, friendly.

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  2. Hari OM
    ...and pawhaps best if you never find out either! Well done on the sheltering. Hugs wags whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. How nice that the Funny Farm was a place of refuge for a weary traveler.

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  4. Poor lil birdie treat, all by his lonesome on that porch. You shudda offered him a towel to dry off and some chicken soup to warm his tasty bones. Or maybe not chicken soup since that might be pawlitically insensitive.

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  5. Oh, that Cyndi is the cutest little muzzle I've seen today. What a darling. And so nice of the kitties to 'invite' ... er...give refuge to the birdie from the storm. Glad he was up HIGH.

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  6. Hmmm,
    on a gust came in a bird,
    to be the guest...
    from the stormy blast
    to have a safe rest.

    We think he/she was smart to stay up there out of reach...

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  7. Poor little tired one.

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  8. Aww, that feather toy....er, bird guest looked ruffled. Hope he got a good bit of rest before he went on his way and maybe, will tell his bird friends about the great accommodations! Maybe you'll have a bird party in the future!

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  9. I'd chase that birdie down. I like to think it's getting in touch with my inner cat. Happy National Dog Day!!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  10. We hope the bird found its way back home again after the storm.

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  11. How nice that Marcus wanted to invite it for lunch :)

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  12. We have a little bird that shelters under our patio. It always startles me but I'm also happy that it has a safe place in a storm.

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  13. Aaaaahhhhh! With 3 cats we seldom see birds like THIS!!!

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  14. I think that would make a good snack!

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