Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Tiny Tigers in Our Gardens

I've heard it said that the only difference between Tigers and Tabby Cats are their size.  If that's true then I have a tiny black panther in my garden.


He stalks the bugs in the back garden and pretends the day lily leaves are a jungle.  


The thinks he roaring and snarling as he attacks the plants in the flowerbeds, but it just sounds like purring and squeaks to me.


It's so funny, but  you mustn't laugh.  You must never laugh at a jungle cat no matter what size he is, large or small.


Inside your cat is a majestic beast, regal as a lion, stealthy as a tiger...


And just the perfect size for a cuddle.  

8 comments:

  1. He looks like he is enjoying the lovely warm weather.

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    1. He was enjoying reeking havoc on my plant! : )

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  2. Loved this ... and you are so right :)

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    1. Thanks! : ) It's that bigger than life personality that makes our cats so enchanting... and destructive!

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  3. Oh, he just looks so snuggly! Awwwww. I often wish cats didn't make me sneeze so we could have one. But they do :-(

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    1. He would REALLY make you sneeze! He is super furry and always covered in leaves, twigs, and garden debris. The worst part is the slugs that attach themselves to his tummy fur. Eeeuuuw! I just follow behind him with a dustpan and brush.

      PS: He is very sweet, tho'.

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  4. We can really be lucky that there are some room tigers, who decided to live with us. I mean a real tiger on the sofa... :-)

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    1. My husband often says it is the cat's house, we are only staff allow to live in his house. ; )

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