Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Staying hidden (or maybe not).

When you are an orange cat, on an almost orange deck, on a sunny day, it is very important to make yourself small, flat, and hidden.

 





 

Just because you never know who might wander about on your deck,

 

and need to be watched very closely.

 

Of course, there are always the ones that wander into your yard,

 

and walk around to see if there is anything to eat,


 

Sometimes, you just have to take your chances on being seen to be able to look at what is going on in the yard.
 

Don't forget to check out Whiskers on Wednesday.

5 comments:

Channon said...

I was saying "oh my!" aloud at the bird until I got to the last photo. Orbiebutt made me guffaw!

Bubblesknits said...

"Orbiebutt"...heehee!

What kind of bird is that? It's gorgeous!

kadezmom said...

LOL

too cute

Jayhawk said...

Well, she's not hiding from you, she's hiding from the bird, and hiding is not the operative word. "Concealment in place" is the hunter/killer/warrior technique being used here, admittedly with somewhat questionable success. The breeze blowing one's fur coat hither and you does not greatly enhance one's concealment technique, although it does enhance one's photogenic qualities.

Anita said...

Cute photos! And tell Miss O that she was hidden really well. :)