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  • Mouse Monitor amongst the Buttercups

    Having spent several days granddaughter sitting last week with lots of spare time Ann1e and I photographed lots.

    I spotted one of the cats on look out duty - they respond to one another when mousing. At this particular moment the count was three - the mornings tally was five. She is not a happy cat as the tail wags constantly, perhaps mum catches the lions share. Pleased I'm just far enough away from the countryside, although we do see the odd rat along the canal.


    Olympus E-5 + 70-300 lens - f6.3 - A.mode - iso 160 - ev -0.7 etc

    Regards. Barr1e

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    Re: Mouse Monitor amongst the Buttercups

    Nice pic, that is a beautiful coloured cat Barrie.
    Regards Paul.
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      Re: Mouse Monitor amongst the Buttercups

      Splendid picture of a grunpy looking moggie!

      Pol

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        Lovely looking cat but it does seem a bit put off by your presence
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          Re: Mouse Monitor amongst the Buttercups

          Originally posted by Pol View Post
          Splendid picture of a grunpy looking moggie!

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            Re: Mouse Monitor amongst the Buttercups


            Aww poor Cindy. Is she the longer haired of the two?

            They always look so fed up wearting those collars.

            Pol

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              Re: Mouse Monitor amongst the Buttercups

              The collars supplied by vets are rather uncomfortable due to their rigidity. You can buy softer ones from any decent pet store which is what we did when Suzie had to wear one. It was tolerated much better than the vet issue one.
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