Sunday, January 27, 2008

Mooky at the Bottom & Crows at the Top

The Crows are part of my Halloween decorations... I place them outside in trees or perched on a pumpkin! Nothing too elaborate I always like to keep things simple. The bamboo room divider ; which we call "The Barricade" is meant to prevent Mooky from wondering from the livingroom area into other parts of the house to help keep his destruction down to a minimum. The problem with "The Barricade" is that it has a pretty big gap between it and the doorway. For a while Mooky was afraid enough of the actual room divider itself that he wouldn't go near it but in time he figured how to fly through the small gap making his escape to the rest of the house.

These days thanks to the watchful eyes of the crows Mooky hasn't been able to get past "The Barricade" but that doesn't mean he hasn't tried. He'll walk over to inspect the situation hoping to find a gap he can squeeze through.

I'm just curious to see how long it takes Mooky to befriend the crows... One day I fully expect to walk in and find him perched atop "The Barricade" with the crows!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

HAHA!! When that day arrives, maybe you could add a black cat to your Halloween Collection?

william wray said...

Sad thing is he has nothing but time. He shall over come.

Sandra said...

Hey Sharon!! Thank you so much for your lovely visits!! They sure make me smile! ; - ) Mooky is just as cute as ever! Love the bear pic! Wow...very cool! Your neighborhood is absolutely gorgeous!! Keep posting and visiting! Always a treat hearing from ya and visiting with ya!

Countygirl

glorious said...

As always, Mooky brightens the day. He is an adventurous bird and will surely learn to get past the big black birds eventually.
Smiles.

4xBs said...

I'm surprised that Mooky hasn't chewed up the bamboo. that looks like a pretty good bird chewing toy!

LisaBinDaCity said...

They look like ravens...

It sounds like a rock band, "Mooky and The Crows!" ;-)

K_tigress said...

Crows today, feather dusters tomorrow. Haha

Mark Bridges said...

As soon as he can get higher up than the crows, he'll start talking to them, and figure out that they aren't challenging him. Then he'll have his way with the bamboo.

MrManuel said...

I wonder if he thinks they are real?

dmarks said...

I love crows, even though they could not leave poor drunken Dumbo alone.

Grump Les Tiltskin said...

Now that's novel - using a crow as a scareparrot.

Sandy said...

that is a great photo and love that bamboo reflected...fun to read too.

s