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Tuesday, March 24, 2009


My work is never done! If I am not supervising Lynettea, which is most of my active time, then I try to supervise the fish. You can't see them, as they are in the pond below the picture. Sometimes I have to remind Lynettea that she needs to drop some crunchy food down for the fish, so they have a lot to thank me for. A Question: are fish capable of gratitude?
If the fish have sunk to the bottom of their pond or are hiding under their rock shelves (they are quite lazy and sleep a lot of the time), then I try to supervise the birds in the next door garden. That can be really trying and I hate it when they jump on the roof of my enclosure and scritch scritch across it with their claws. That is enough to try my patience. Scritch scritch and squawk, peep etc. Do you think birds have a language? Miaouw miaouw! It doesn't make much sense to me.


Misha said...

Snoopervising is such hard work!

Are you going to enter Kitty Fight Club on my blog?

Karen Jo said...

You have a great enclosure, Diamond. All kitties should have a fish pond of their very own. It sounds to me like those birds are trying to tease you.

michico*Adan said...

you are working so so hard!!!!

Cliff and Olivia said...

That looks like a great place you got there. Well deserved with all the tasks you have to perform. We're sure fish have gratitude and birds a language.

Camie's Kitties said...

You look like you do a great job of snoopervising. We wish we had a great enclosure like you so we could go outside also.

Tavi, Cody, Camie, Miss Jade and Gracie

Boy n Beethoven said...

You sure have a lot of work cut out for you! I think you're an awesome snoopervisor.


Ailurophile said...

A kitty's work is never done! Still you do a great job snoopervising and keeping those fishies and birdies in line. Hope all is going well. Take care and many purrs and hugs :)

Christine and FAZ said...

You are quite a philosopher, aren't you, Diamond? FAZ

Yoggi said...

I think cats are the only beeings having a proper language.

Nice spot to do supervising!!