"T" and Louie
Photo by: Kris Hughes, Hampton, Virginia
Daily winner, December 4
Dec 4, 2006 4:57:05 PM
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Say What? Them's fightin' words!
It looks like this bird can hold his own! Very cute photo.
Avon Leonard |
Dec 4, 2006 5:23:49 PM
Say what? Them's fightin' words!
It looks like this bird can hold his own!
Avon Leonard |
Dec 4, 2006 5:25:18 PM
say that again and i'll let you have it.
Dec 4, 2006 6:04:39 PM
I am in Hampton Va., not Missouri
KRis Hughes |
Dec 4, 2006 6:46:12 PM
KRis Hughes |
Dec 4, 2006 6:46:46 PM
Go ahead,I'll bite your ear off
Kathi ,Tennesee |
Dec 9, 2006 2:17:49 AM
Are you sure you want to do that?
Dec 9, 2006 8:18:42 AM
Stormy (the budgie) says, go get'em. We're tired of running from the feline fiends.
Hope you win.
Christine in Midland, TX
Stormy the Patriot |
Dec 9, 2006 9:32:20 AM
"Why, I oughta let you have it right now!"
Ava Shimkus in Crowley, TX |
Dec 11, 2006 9:07:05 PM
"Make my day!"
Sally in Billings |
Dec 16, 2006 9:17:24 AM
Come on, I can take ya.
Lisa F |
Dec 16, 2006 4:07:42 PM
Ah, lemme just scratch your head ...
Dec 16, 2006 11:26:52 PM
you're a pussy
Dec 18, 2006 11:19:06 AM
louie in philly |
Dec 18, 2006 11:21:12 AM
Stay right there! You'll really be surprised at what I have in my paw!!
Keith Edwards |
Dec 19, 2006 8:09:06 AM
"Naw, that collar doesn't make you look fat!"
Maurene Smith |
Dec 19, 2006 11:22:45 AM
Such a cute picture, and what an adorable, BEAUTIFUL bird! The cat's just precious too!!
Dec 20, 2006 7:54:23 AM
I enjoyed the photograph the bird and cat
in consultation HA! HA!
Kenneth Williams |
Jan 11, 2007 6:12:12 PM
Beautiful birdie! Do you know that a cat's saliva is toxic to birds, though? I do hope that your cat is gentle!
Jan 18, 2007 10:41:31 AM
Carol Baker |
Jan 19, 2007 11:09:07 PM
Cute picture but I strongly agree with Kenneth Williams. A cat's saliva is toxic to birds. As I am sure you know cat's are natural born predators and birds are prey species. A cat and bird may seem fine together for a long time but one day watch out!
Please don't put either of them in this situation. You are the one with the brains. I have seen and heard of more than enough heart break situations involving these two very different types of pets.
Aug 22, 2007 11:03:36 PM
Hey Kitty, what's up! I know you're glad I'm out of the cage. I would hi-five you--how about I sing for you instead!
Hear it goes:
"I'm free, and even my enemies are at peace__ with me!"
"I'm free, and flying circles round Kitty, Kitty"
"So free, so free, so free!"
"All's well thank God I'm FREE__________tweet tweet!
Shalesha Anderson |
Aug 29, 2007 5:36:47 PM
I must say I am saddened that you would jeopardize your bird's life by putting it so close to a cat. I have 2 cats and 2 birds and they are separated by rooms with locked doors when my bird is loose. The bacteria on one cat claw scratch or saliva will kill your bird. Please ask your vet about humane and responsible treatment of your pets. Thank you.
Oct 30, 2007 2:37:00 AM
carol is a faggot. a cat's salvia is NOT toxic to birds.
Nov 28, 2007 12:39:08 AM
Bullshit. Cat saliva isn't toxic to birds; they're not goddamn komodo dragons, people. You might as well say that Marie Antoinette uttered "let them eat cake".
I think the picture is darling and that bird has some lovely colors! Very cute.
Nov 28, 2007 1:06:17 AM
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