Monday, January 15, 2007

Snow and Fevvers

I hopes that all of my furiends who have gotten bad weathers, ice and stuff are doing OK. Mum even called Uncle Stormie, he is OK in OK. He has power and all.

The snow machine visted here overnight so it is white outside again. Mum says we only gotted about 3-4 inches which isn't that much. But it was slippery out so mum worked from home.
So she didn't clear the snow right away from the driveway. Which worked out wonderfully as the man across the street came over with his snow eating machine. So mum just had to do the little clean up on the edges of the driveway and by the front door. Then she cleared the snow from the patio.

While she was out she filled all of the birdie feeders again. They ated lots over the past few days so needed more to munch on. But look at how many fevvers we hadded eating all at one time. But all of a sudden they flew off and mum caughted sight of a hawk. She even caughted the little fevvers flying away! You can click on them to biggify.
Before it snowed mum found this fur thing in the yard. It looks like a bunny fur. Mum was thinking that maybe Mr. Hawk came looking for some food and this is all that is left. This is where she found it in the yard and she moved it over by the tree where a little more furry patch was. She left them outside in case some creature needs to have some fur for its nest.
Oh, and about my title. My furiends can always just call me Derby. No bowing and scraping will be required.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Holy cow that's a long title Derby!!!

Fanks for the reminder to put Obi on the gingercat fingee. He's the only ginger cat in all 10 of us!!!
We guess you on the gingercat fingee cause you is a gorgeous gingercat.

Wese got a hawk comes to owr fedder feeders too. It tinks a fedder just gonna drop in its beak we tink.

Glad yur Uncle Stormy is OK in OK.

Anonymous said...

Uh oh. We spelled fevvers wrong. We still gettin the hang of dis bloggin.

jeterharris said...

still no snow in noo york.
da wetherman wuz talkin abowt sum kinda winterwether comin owr way ... but i diden't watch.

Anonymous said...

Wow, how did you resist chasing after all of them! I love feathered things! Thanks for visiting my blog, and stay warm! Tara

Anonymous said...

we're glad yur fev-vers is okay an not all frozen. keep feedin' 'em good. we loves ta watch 'em out the window.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that's a lot of snow. We haven't had any snow yet in Munich, so I've only seen snow in pictures! I hope you stay safe and warm!

Thanks so much for your message yesterday. :) Me and my humans appreciate it. :)

Anonymous said...

Birdies!!!! I go crazy for the birdies. I really really want some snow! Every other cat has snow and we just have weird 64 degree weather in January. Its not natural!

Chase

Furry Logic said...

You know what the Mother did to Tucker when it snowed here? He escaped out the front door as she was coming in with the D-O-G. She picked him up and set him down in the snow that was up to his nose!!! Then she asked him if he really wanted to be outside. He decided not, so she brought him back inside.

We love watching birdies too! And that looks like bun fluff. Don't tell any of the fluffies about that.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, that fur is very interesting. I am studying it.

Anonymous said...

Great Pictures!!! I am glad to hear that you are all doing well, keep a close eye on that hawk and tell your Mom when he comes round, sos she can get a picture of it.

Anonymous said...

Brrrr, it looks cold.

Eric and Flynn said...

Owr mum feeds the fev-vers too, an we like to watch them owt the window. mum laffs at us when we watch them cuz thay make owr teef chatter, an we make funny chirping noises at them. We don't like the hawks cuz thay fly in an eat the littull fev-vers.

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

You have a regular fevver diner going out there in the yard.
Looks like thats bunny fur from one of their hidey holes. Maybe it got loose in the wind or something.

Anonymous said...

I feel like getting under the covers now, but that fur looks intriguing, I must say!

Patches & Mittens said...

We have a ton of snow too, but we are inside, so our tosies don't get cold....all cept for Mistrie. Momma opened the door for her today, but she wouldn't come in.

Patches

Kelly Cat's favorite human said...

That much snow in Whiskonsin shouldn't affect things much. Still, any excuse to stay home with the cats is a good excuse.

Hawks are always hungry, and little birds and rabbits are fair game. Every creature's gotta make a living...

Anonymous said...

That's not too bad on the snow. We got a little bit more than that, but not much. But it was really really really cold for a few days so we all snuggled in somewhere most of the time.

We're gonna have to ration the Squeak pictures. We got lots, but Grr Midnight and Cocoa's Lady is going crazy, andwe think she may not be able to feed them and stuff if she's crazy! (Besides, Persephone's still a little jealous!)

So I haven't been by much lately. My OTW's hogging the computer lots and stuff!

Cheysuli said...

Derby, I can't imagine that Wisconsin only gets that much snow. Of course our relatives are in Racine and they always seem to get more--something about the lake effect? At any rate I'm not a weather cat and I think I should get to move to warm state! Stay warm!

Zeus said...

And here I was thinking that today's weather was horrible. I don't know if I could handle the snow. We have nothing but freezing rain here, and it is quickly turning to ice.

Try to stay warm, Derby. Perhaps you could cuddle up to your mom and watch a movie!

Anonymous said...

Hi Derby, Mom was impressed by your new title so she went to see what my name could come up with. It's a lot shorter than yours though.

Goodness you sure got a lot of snow. Mom has been wanting snow for a long time now. It hasn't snowed here for about five or six years now. When we do get snow it doesn't hang around for too long cause we don't get all that much, maybe two-four inches.

Mom says she sure hopes that the fur wasn't a bunny.