Monday, May 24, 2010

It's a Bright, Sunshiney Morning

But, only Becky Cat seems to be awake enough to enjoy it.



The other three, meh, not so much.





No bird seemed to be hurt in the making of this photo.



The first thing I did was run outside to make sure that there was no bird lying on the ground. There wasn't, so I assume that, in spite of the hit, the bird recovered enough to fly away. Kind of a spooky imprint, isn't it?

8 comments:

Upupaepops said...

Amazing bird print

We get them on the mirrors at the barn, darn Robins fight themselves all Spring

But this one is particularly well formed. It almost says "dove" to me. Glad there was no banger present, always sad.

Tina said...

Looks like my back window. I had one a big hawk fly into it, scared the c*** out of me....and he was stunned for almost two hours, but eventually flew away.

Roses and Lilacs said...

I agree with the cats. If there isn't a very good reason to get up early...don't.

Must have been a very lucky bird.
Marnie

Sharon said...

Cool "Bird Print". Glad it was not killed, but I bet he has some headache! I had a hummingbird do that once, and there he lay on the walkway to the upper deck. He was just knocked out though, he came to after about half an hour - Me guarding the cats the whole time.

My animals have been up and at 'em since 5:30, they will be ready for naps shortly. :)

Sandra said...

The cats really know how to take it easy, it comes so natural to them:) I wanna be more like my cat!

AJ-OAKS said...

Whoa, that imprint is something else! Definetly eerie. Glad the bird made it.
Your cats crack me up. I swear looking at your cats lounging around looks like my house. Love it!

Canyon Girl said...

what an imprint. becky cat looks almost exactly like one of mine, named samantha. she passed away in 2001. she was an ornery but loving old girl.

i have something for you to pick yp from my blogpost of today. -- inger

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

You know, I love cats and yours are lovely!!! I do have to say I have a special place in my heart for calicos! Our first cat was a mean and feisty calico cat named Lucy--She left us about 9 years ago, and I've never forgotten her!!
Hope your week is off to a better start than the poor bird that hit your window! :-))