All-in-day’s entertainment – Outpost Style

How Reluctant Memsahib keeps busy in Outpost

 

… then we ate it.

How her cat keeps busy in Outpost

 

She didn’t bother to eat it. When she got bored of it she abanonded it to the crows.

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15 Responses to “All-in-day’s entertainment – Outpost Style”

  1. Mecha Says:

    I love the jewelry….you should etsy! My cats are the eater of the moths, but they did get together once and kill a little lizard.

  2. Iota Says:

    I don’t know why you didn’t get to be a finalist in the MADs “best photography blog” category…

  3. R. Sherman Says:

    Cats are the best for keeping unwanted critters away from the house.

    Cheers.

  4. Meliebug Says:

    Wow. Moshi is a cow.

  5. reluctantmemsahib Says:

    thanks for dropping by Mecha; my cat’s a lizard killer too …

    Ah Iota, you are kind, but right place, right time, right camera …

    Esp snakes apparently Mr S, and given Outpost is meant to be swarming, or slithering, with that, good thing mine appears adapt.

    Ain’t she just Meliebug: a cow.

  6. Mwa Says:

    Seriously??? That’s what cats do over your way??? Amazing photos!

  7. Paradise Says:

    I didn’t realise either that cats went for (played with) snakes. Was it a poisonous one? can she tell which ones to keep clear of & if not what wd happen? Never thought of a cat/snake encounter before…. Facsinating. And I’m with Iota, re best photo blog. Your photos are always truly stunning. Love the jewellery too. When are you setting up Outpost Ornaments? Can I buy;o)

  8. carol Says:

    Love the photos of your glass work – and of Moshi and the snake. Our pup slumdog is far more of a wimp and only attacks flying ants – and one of the dogs managed to catch a lizard but again they didn’t eat it – just left it on the verandah in two pieces – body and tail.

  9. reluctantmemsahib Says:

    Thanks Mwa; they are famous for it: cats. apparently. attacking snakes.

    Paradise, hello: do you know, i have no clue how she can tell the difference? i think this was a non venomous snake. obviously had a go at her nose as she sneezed a few times but must have been very superficial as she perfectly well. Husband tells me they come off better than dogs ever would as cats so fast … thanks for kind words on pix and glass. x

    My cat eats lizards. and then regurgitates them all over house. I think it’s her way of telling me the food i feed her (ample) is insufficient. sometimes they make her foam at the mouth. as if she had rabies … x

  10. 3limes Says:

    Really love the glass work. Very pretty and well done. Also love the nonchalant expression on cat’s face once its work was done!

  11. paula Says:

    Oh my word, I love your cat, that snake is exactly the same as the one my mad Tanzanian cat caught in the garden here in Kilombero and was tormenting, then followed a mad dash by hubby to extract said snake from cat, what followed was a hilarious pursuit across the field, cat in front, snake trashing around wildly in cats mouth, hubby behind. Guess who one…
    Love your glass work, where can I buy it?

  12. Jacqueline Says:

    I love your glass beads, and your pretty cat. The worst thing my cat has ever done, is come into the house with a live starling, and let it go when I shouted at her. It proceeded to fly around the room in a demented fashion, scooting as it went!

  13. Baya Sana Says:

    Wow, beautiful jewelery and your cat is rather handsome too.

  14. Minnie Says:

    Clever you: a good eye, and manual dexterity to boot! And your cat’s a beauty. Looks like a Chartreux.

  15. nixdminx Says:

    Wow – not sure which I like the most but the jewellery is gorgeous but I’m very taken with the brave cat toying with the snake, I would prefer a komodo dragon to take care of snakes on my behalf but that’s obviously a tall order

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