Cats seem to see everything, even the tiniest little bugs imaginable.BTW, beautiful fireplace! I'd be spending the winter right there in front of it.
I love cats being so curious, and able to see such tiny creatures.It's their superb hearing, not so much their eyesight.Our kitty has no much enjoyment when she goes for her brief sojourn outside of a night.She stays in at night, just goes out to use the garden, and find bugs.
wow Rupert you look great, at first I thought on no, don't get burned then i realized it is lights.. I love the fireplace and now am headed over to find out what a wood louse is and why you did not kill it
a spider? is that what it was? YIKES the only good spider is a dead spider.
Jacob wants to tell Rupert that he is invited to our house for some hunting.Jane x
I love that cats are so alert to the tiniest thing moving in their space. My dear departed Mrs. Beasley [a cross-eyed Siamese] could spot a spider on the ceiling and would stare at it and meow loudly.
Cats are so alert aren't they?Julie xxxxxxxx
he is gorgeous!
bless him, he is adorable!I love your little head, is he a green man?
Eek! What is a wood louse doing on bricks? That is an added bonus to having cats, they alert you to invading creatures!
good job Rupert spotting that woodlouse. I didn't know what one was so I had to go check it out. I love how you have those lights in the fire place
Curious kitty.. I hope he didn't burn his whiskers!
I swear, kitties can find just about anything. Sometimes I see Jingles standing very still, cocking her head side to side and it might just be an ant she is looking at. One time though, she started going after something under the cupboard and I never did find out what it was. Could have been a little lizard for all I know. :/ Hope you are having a good week. Tammy