The Zen of Unsure Things
Gin a body catch a bunny, comin' through the rye...
"Dance.""No, you dance.""No, you."[silence]"I can't dance.""Me neither."
Oh, how wonderful, Petrea.I am totally lost for comment, still reeling from the fact that you managed to get a pussycat and a bunny in the same photo on your blog. My cuteness meter just exploded.
Wait. Is this a mirror? My ears are bigger than I thought... Wait. Is this a mirror? My ears are smaller than I thought.
"Are you talkin'to me?"" are you talkin' to me?" "are you talkin' to me?"" well who else are you talkin' to?" said in a Robert de Niro accent!! Probably not very Zen, but hey you never know!
cool face to face intepretation,and cool cat ever,i want to see the face....
Hare today. Gone tomorrow.
Run, bunny, run!
Cat's thought" That is one big mouse!".....Lovely photo and definitely a peaceful zen-like moment. The calm before the storm.
Watch out for that rabbit, it has nasty, big, pointy teeth!
Alice: Well it all started when I was sitting on the river bank with Dinah.March Hare: Very interesting - Who's Dinah?Alice: Oh, Dinah's my cat. You see...Dormouse: Cat? CAT?
I'm hoping each exercised some sort of "professional courtesy," with Cat allowing Rabbit to hop along the trail --- and that Rabbit did not ridicule Cat's collar. I fear that's not the case, though. "Run along, Bunny! Run along fast! Cat has big, pointy teeth in its mouth ...and in its toes!
Cat, if I've told you once, I've told you a THOUSAND times, stay outta my yard while the people are around. Wouldn't want them thinking we're FRIENDS or somethin'. Git! Go on! Git! Shooo! Don't make me go all postal on you! Oh wait, I don't have thumbs, that could make locking and loading tough....GIT I said! But don't forget to bring some of that timothy later, ok?
The secret language of the Tiger Clan
Have you seen Alice?
Let's be friends
A Pasadena stand-off? Talk about rapt attention.You'll have to tell us how this story ended....
Bunny thot of the day: "Hmmm, I see now the problem those canines have been talking about!"
"That is one HUGE bunny."
First to move loses
I love the bunny-kitty combo.
One thing they have in common: Peeps. They both love Peeps, and they both may leave them on your doorstep as gifts.
"You blinked, you lose, I win!"
"be vewwwwy, vewwwy quiet, we're hunting waaaaabbits!"
OK, wabbit. Here's the deal. I'll let you eat any plant you want in this garden, but leave the catnip for me, d'ya hear?
The rabbit wants you to know, he's not huge, just big-boned.
"Dr. Kittingston, I presume."
I have no clever quip. All I know is that I love this photo. Meeps does too! :)V
"Grandma, what big ears you have," said Little Red Riding Cat.
This is one of my favorite Zen Mondays! How often does one get to photograph a cat and a bunny together? The models, I shall reveal, are Bunny and Teddy, denizens of Bellis's back yard. I have a photo showing Teddy's face which Milanblogger asked for, so I'll get that posted (if I remember) tomorrow. Thank you Bunny, Teddy and Bellis!And thank you all for chiming in. Great comments today, I've enjoyed them all.
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