A little drama and peace restored.
Quiet day at home. Not sure what I was doing just at that time, but I heard a soft thud and Chloe called, “Morgan, NO, Mom, emergency!”
A little yellow warbler had hit the window and landed panting on the patio. Morgan was up like a shot.
While Chloe blocked Morgan away from the bird, I picked him up and took him to the garage and put him on a soft blanket into the cat carrier to recover in the cool and dark.
And got on with a bit of gardening.
Twenty minutes later, the little guy was recovered enough to fly to a garden tree and he sat there for a very long time, and finally flew away.
Morgan was suitably unimpressed by this, and, especially since she…or Milo…got a small rat in the night…
…but came to terms with it and cuddled up on the little table in the living room and went to sleep.
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oh my! close call. good work there Clover! we have two huge front windows in one (for a the short summer months of hot) holds an AC the other is screened in … the other afternoon both cats ran insanely fast to the screened window .. Harry almost knocked the screen out he hit it so hard .. there was a little sparrow on the guard bars that grace my front windows .. he or she laughed at the cats …. i didnt laugh i scolded …
Lol, only I shouldn’t be laughing. 😀 Bet the sparrow gave them the middle claw.
Adventures of the “home-ly” sort, Veronica. Lovely photos.
Thanks Janet. Home-y adventures are all I can handle with jet-lag…lol. 😀
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Beautiful collage of shots — and Morgan is a beautiful feline!
Phew!! And some lovely gardening you were doing! xx
Jennifer J. Chow
What a fun story! And I loved the beautiful pictures of the flowers–they looked so lovely and peaceful.
Patricia A. McGoldrick
Lovely photos in dappled light….and a happy ending 🙂
We had an epic mouse rescue last week….but that’s another story!
Lovely story and photos.
You are a wonderful photographer. I know…I’ve said this before.
Ida P. Krause
So happy that the sweet little bird recovered. Morgan looked content taking that nap after all the excitement had died down.
what an interesting story you have woven around the theme! Very good collection of photographs 🙂
What a great lighting!
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