Oh dear! What happened? A cat?
Yes, one of mine, I’m afraid. Don’t know which one is guilty though! A male chaffinch, a yellow hammer and a robin. Why couldn’t they go for pigeons, they’re ten a penny! 🙁
Oh no, poor little birds. We had a baby dove like that recently
Yes, the only drawback about having cats, I’m afraid. 🙁
oh no, what happened 🙁
Three little dead birds in as many days in my dining room. Don’t know whether it was Maisie, Minnie, or both. Why can’t they kill birds that are plentiful, pigeons for example. So sad… especially the robin, one of my favourite birds! Thanks for your comment.
oh no what’s happening here? can’t work it out. good or bad?
Three dead little birds in a row. Bit gruesome I’m afraid. Sorry. I love my cats, but hate them when they bring me little birds! Thanks for the visit.
Oh dear! I found a small rabbit in our bath the other day brought in by the cat!!
Oh dear, a baby rabbit. So sad, was it dead? Wish mine would stick to the mice and voles. I can stomach them, not dead little birds, especially robins which are one of my favourites. Have stopped putting food out for the birds. One of the cats brought in a fledgling blackbird last night. So that’s four birds this week! 🙁
Family cat gone a bit homicidal – or birdicidal?
Yes, fraid so. Have two young female cats, so don’t know whether the murder spree was a joint effort, or both of them. Have to say they aren’t walking around looking guilty!!
This still makes me very sad! Poor little birds.
Thanks for your comment which I wholeheartedly agree with. Wish my bloomin’ cats would stick to bringing in voles and mice. I can cope with them, but the little birds, especially robins, sicken me. What can you do though, it’s instinct.
Oh dear. Have the cats been bringing you presents again?
Hi Laura, yes, they are so naughty. Don’t know whether it was a joint effort or just one of them. Finished posting the photo and went downstairs, and there was a dead blackbird fledgling in the porch. Love the cats desperately but find dead, or dieing baby birds difficult to cope with.
Oh no – what happened to them?
Cats got ’em I’m afraid Fiona. Don’t know which one is the culprit, or whether it was a joint effort. Only drawback about owning cats. Do so wish they’d stick to mice and voles!
Oh wow. Are they sleeping or have they gone? Sad is they have!
Yes, sadly the victims of my two young cats. Wish they’d kill pigeons, which are far more plentiful than chaffinches, yellow hammers and robins! 🙁 Thanks for stopping by.
Awwww what happened there? 🙁
Cat carnage, I’m afraid! 🙁 Thanks for popping by.
Aw. how sad.
Yes, exactly. Naughty kitties!
oh no!! what happened? x
One, cat, or possibly two, on a killing spress I’m afraid, wish they’d stick to voles and mice!
Aww so sad!
Yes, sorry it’s a bit gruesome, but that’s cats for you!
Oh dear, I remember my cat killing a baby robin after I’d nursed it back to full health after a previous attack. Sadly cats love to nibble birds.
Oh dear, how awful, how sad. I would have been devastated! I have moved one of my feeders which was in a flowerbed… too many plants for the cat to hide behind. Have stuck it in the lawn with nothing within 8 feet. They have more of a chance now! Thanks for your visit!
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