Monday, June 11, 2012

Mom and Dad are back!

Mom and Dad made it back from the beach late Saturday night. They have lots of good pictures, including some of the vishus deer (and they did get a little vishus with each other). In the meantime, I found a picture that I forgot to share with you.

Cat bored after snake won't play
Dad has a tabby cat that visits him at work. He hunts the squirrels around the office and torments the birds like you would expect from a tomcat. And in the case of this picture, he was messing with a snake. Dad came back from lunch to see the cat getting something, and some large birds swooping around in the same space. Dad really thought the cat had found a baby bird, but when he looked closer Dad could see the coiled up snake. Dad really thought that the cat had killed the snake, but when the cat got bored with the snake and started rolling around in the parking lot, Dad saw the snake start to raise its head. That's when Dad decided the snake needed to go somewhere else. Dad found a long (long) stick and used it to toss the snake into the neighboring yard (there's a chain link fence, and the snake slithered through). The cat quickly hopped up and followed it. That's where the story ended for Dad ... snake away from his parking lot and his patients.

Don't look any further if you don't like snakes, but here's a close-up of the snake.








Snake in the parking lot
Ugh ... snakes! Another reason to be an inside cat.

5 comments:

Prancer Pie said...

Yes! Our Mommy thinks it's the best reson. Glad your 'rents are home, now time to put your stink back on them. MOL!

Katnip Lounge said...

Darn! We were wondering if he tasted like chicken. The snake, that is.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Wow! Look at that big snake!

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

My human LOVES snakes - back in elementary school she could have told you just what type of snake that was, but now she's forgotten most of that info.

The Island Cats said...

Wow, that's one big snake. We don't think we would like snakes much.