One problem, he is liking his "new digs" to much, and senses when they are getting ready to go somewhere, he has to go outside, so has tried to hide under a bed to keep from being put out. They do learn fast, don't they !
If the blinds and curtains are open during the day, he shows up at the window with a "poor me - let me in look". At night when all is closed up, he sits at the front door and meows until someone answers his beckoning call.
Not to mention, he now has a name - one of the Grands named him 'Bill". Oh - and he has found that "the redhead cupid" tends to leave toys on the floor, and he thinks they are there just for him to play with while laying in a sunny spot.
I get the feeling he thinks he is "in like flint".
So - what does this fur ball think about this "new kid" invading his territory?
******On to other Dabs of This and That: As we all know there are many other signs of Spring other than flowers, fresh cut grass, such as a......
Tubs full of baby chicks and ducks !
Small problem with going into a store with tubs full of baby chicks and ducks for sale! Daughter said the "red headed cupid' wanted to take them all home with her.
I started cleaning up the courtyard, getting it ready for Spring blooms, and in doing so I must has stirred up a "buffet" for the birds. After I came inside, many showed up to feast on earthworms and bugs. Of course every time I started for the door with camera, they took off. This one shot of a robin (not that good) was taken thru a (dirty) glass door. Yes - I know! Cleaning glass doors is on my "list".....
Wished I could have gotten a front view, as the colors of his orange chest, black head and yellow beak were very pretty.