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My Name is Binx


December 19th 2009 5:29 pm
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Hey, hey, hey. We are being slammed with a winter snow storm today. The weather people said that Maryland is going to get about 2 ft of snow. Well, let me tell you. There isn't any way that I'll go out in this stuff. Which means I'll have to use the "cat box" to do my business in. I can't even sit under a tree and open my mouth for the birdies to fall into. You see, mom put up a make shift bird feeder made from a gallon milk jug. She brought the bird food last night so that the birds will have something to eat from this storm. I watched mom make it. I have to give mom a paws clapping for caring for the birds. AND........I thought, wow a good way to get some food! Well with this snow, there isn't no way that I'll go out and wait for the birds to fall off and drop into my mouth, much less climb up the tree and get them. The snow is too deep to walk around in. Well hopefully all will be fine tomorrow for the adventure outside.


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Purred by: KIBBLES (Catster Member)

December 20th 2009 at 6:05 am

Hi Binx and family. We live close to the PA line and we got 2- 2 1/2 feet of the white stuff. It is beautiful, but nasty to drive in. We are staying in again today as our road is barely passable. Plus it's cold, deep. Grammy is like you momcat, she feeds the birdies too. She filled all the feeders and put extra suet cakes up before the snow on Friday. Glad she did the poor little things are all them. We are haveing lots of fun watching them out the back windows. We can't see out the front windows cause the snow is on top of the shrubs and half way up the windows. Grammy has to hold us up so we can see.
Hope you have a great day. Stay in and stay warm.
Love, Kibbles, Francis & Yoda

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