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Old March 13th 15, 10:48 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Lord Bergamont
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Frogs are singing in stock tank.
They laid large ball of eggs a few nights ago. Some of last years tadpoles are big, fat and might turn into frogs this year.

The cats are sniffing everything, rolling around grass & weeds, slobbering on plants, to mark territory, playing chase, climbing trees, wrestling.

Wind is barely blowing, a few sprinkles are falling, it's just the right temperature.

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Old March 16th 15, 01:10 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Judith wrote:
In article , Lord Bergamont
wrote:
Frogs are singing in stock tank. They laid large ball of eggs a few
nights ago. Some of last years tadpoles are big, fat and might turn into
frogs this year.
The cats are sniffing everything, rolling around grass & weeds,
slobbering on plants, to mark territory, playing chase, climbing trees,
wrestling.
Wind is barely blowing, a few sprinkles are falling, it's just the right
temperature.

Sounds idyllic.
One of the gardens that back onto ours has a pond where they have frogs.
We often get a frog in our garden but for the past week there have been
two hanging about our patio, they aren't trapped or anything like that,
they just seem to like it there. Sootie and the frogs have ignored each
other but I get the feeling that Sootie doesn't like them being there.
Judith
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Judith Latham
Stourbridge, West Midlands. UK.


It's a good place for cats.

They hunker down behind a clump of grass about twelve feet apart, staring at each other. Then they charge toward each other, as fast as they can, leap into the air, embrace, each other, then fall to the ground, wrestling like gladiators.

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Old March 16th 15, 06:36 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Lord Bergamont
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Judith wrote:
In article , Lord Bergamont
wrote:
Judith wrote:
In article , Lord
Bergamont wrote:
Frogs are singing in stock tank. They laid large ball of eggs a few
nights ago. Some of last years tadpoles are big, fat and might turn
into frogs this year. The cats are sniffing everything, rolling
around grass & weeds, slobbering on plants, to mark territory,
playing chase, climbing trees, wrestling. Wind is barely blowing, a
few sprinkles are falling, it's just the right temperature.
Sounds idyllic. One of the gardens that back onto ours has a pond
where they have frogs. We often get a frog in our garden but for the
past week there have been two hanging about our patio, they aren't
trapped or anything like that, they just seem to like it there. Sootie
and the frogs have ignored each other but I get the feeling that
Sootie doesn't like them being there. Judith -- Judith Latham
Stourbridge, West Midlands. UK.

It's a good place for cats.
They hunker down behind a clump of grass about twelve feet apart,
staring at each other. Then they charge toward each other, as fast as
they can, leap into the air, embrace, each other, then fall to the
ground, wrestling like gladiators.

I haven't seen ours embrace in such a way, if Sootie has it might account
of how she's been looking a bit worries when she's on the patio.
Judith
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Judith Latham
Stourbridge, West Midlands. UK.


That's just momma cat & her kitten, so they're just playing. They get lots of exercise. There are times when it seems she coddles her baby too much.
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