Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Kitty Patrol

These pictures were taken in the parking lot of the Bakersfield Museum back in March. When we were leaving the museum I happened to spot the ducks across the parking lot behind a fence in a playground. And off course I immediately thought they would make a good post!

So I walked over to get closer to them and that’s when I saw the cats. Okay so I figured I’ll take pictures of ducks & cats... for I have nothing against cats except for that they eat birds!

But these kittys were protecting the ducks or either preventing the ducks from getting any treats from passersby. For the most part every time I got the camera positioned to get a snapshot of a duck a kitty would come along and hog up the shot... as you can see!


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Shannon Ryan said...

This is really something! Thank you for sharing. You never know how different species will interact with one another!

william wray said...

I want Mookie

Mary said...

Love the cat tail sneaking into the bottom picture :)

K_tigress said...

Interesting, the cats are probably friends with the ducks. Besides even if they tried something, the ducks can easily protect them selves.

Usually cats are quite camera shy, that is if the camera looks menacing but by experience cats don't seem to mind digital cameras.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if the cats had discovered farming and were protecting their herd :)

LisaBinDaCity said...

Typical, cats always need to be center of attention!

*flees all the cat lovers chasing me*


Grump Les Tiltskin said...

Hey Sharon, I'm back on the blogwaves after a five-month hiatus (no, not a hernia, thankfully).

That cat looks like my evil whuss of a puss called Pounce.