Pixie

Pixie

Posted on 08/16/2009


Photo taken on August 11, 2009


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The present

The present
Sometimes I think Kisi takes this depression thing a bit too seriously... he wants to help out and brings home food :o)

Last week he brought me this present, laid it at my feet for acceptance and praise and then proceeded to eat it.

I took photos of the leftovers but I very much doubt you'd like to see those...

Merkisteinn, MAT le monde magique de l'image numérique have particularly liked this photo


21 comments - The latest ones
John
John
:-)) Kramer brings mice home, sometimes still alive............. He obviously loves me! :-))
8 years ago.
Pixie has replied to John
Ah yes, he sure does! :o)
Kisi also brings them home alive sometimes, both birds and mice...
8 years ago.
Nadine
Nadine
Cela s'appelle : la chaine alimentaire......
8 years ago.
Pixie has replied to Nadine
You're so right Nadine! :o)
8 years ago.
Teutzzzza
Teutzzzza
a few years ago... My cat Tomitza.. caught a pidgin from the window(I live at the sixth floor)..The kitchen was filled with feathers...ohh he caught him..but I set the bird free ... it escaped alive...(But i have to admit that I was proud to see that Tommitza still had a wild side ) ..
8 years ago.
Pixie has replied to Teutzzzza
That pidgeon was lucky to have you to rescue it! :o) All cats have this wild side :o)
8 years ago.
Sanliaka
Sanliaka
Ooohhh yes... I know it... EVERY day... one bird and one mouse (minimum). I always think: pooooooooor birdy or poor cute mouse, overprise Sunny the tom-cat and say to myself: Sandra... it's the food chain *argh* ;-)

Nevertheless... it's a successful photography! ... and I still love your timberdeck ;-)
8 years ago.
Pixie has replied to Sanliaka
Exactly... it is the food chain... and the natural way of the predator.
Kisi has brought home mice and birds in various states... sometimes alive, sometimes dead... poor things.

Thank you so much Sandra... and I also really love my timberdeck! ;o)
8 years ago.
Merkisteinn
Merkisteinn
Það er hugurinn bak við gjöfina sem telur. :þ)
8 years ago.
Pixie has replied to Merkisteinn
Svo sannarlega! Hann virðist elska okkur mjög mikið... og vera mjög lunkinn veiðiköttur. Ansi duglegur að veita í matinn ;o)
8 years ago.
Sanliaka
Sanliaka
Hi Begga!
Today it was a RAT!!!
Just for your information ;-)

...btw... I will not cook RATATOUILLE today... ;-)))
8 years ago. Edited 8 years ago.
Pixie has replied to Sanliaka
Wow, a rat?! LOL, thank god we don't have so much of them here!

The largest animal Kisi has brought home is a snipe (hrossagaukur in Icelandic):
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Snipe
8 years ago.
Sanliaka has replied to Pixie
Hihihi... not a small birdy ;-)
3 weeks ago he brought a mole... such a cute little animal with big "buckets" and a cute face. But... our garden... there are not any molehills ;-)
8 years ago.
Pixie has replied to Sanliaka
A mole! He has so many more animal species to choose from... Kisi only has mice and birds ;o)
8 years ago.
Greg Wallis
Greg Wallis
Quite brave and daring, really. It's nice to see someone taking a photo like this, as all aspects of life should be recorded, and you've done this rather well.
8 years ago.
Pixie has replied to Greg Wallis
Thank you so much Greg... this is the natural way of life... :o)
8 years ago.
František Horáček
František Horáček
... bedaŭrinde, ĉiu vivo finiĝas tiamaniere.....:-(
7 years ago.
Pixie has replied to František Horáček
Sorry, but I don't understand your comment and the translator does not seem to able to detect the language...
7 years ago.