Thursday, November 01, 2007

Revestreker...(foxy business...)

Mr.Black is defending his territory...Foxy was not exactly welcomed this morning, and I choked on my cup of tea!
It was fun seeing the cat this way, and he ended up chasing Foxy off the premises. I did try to call the hunter, but he probably had to work today (Work? When I need a foxhunter??? How inconsiderate of him!!!) See the fences? That's were some of our sheep go...
Have a terrific day:-)

9 comments:

Bea said...

Så bra at pus tek ansvar når jegeren ikkje stiller ;) Rart å sjå at katten og reven "snakker" samme språk, begge skyter rygg! Stilig..
Får håpe det går godt med lammene.
Ha ein fin dag!

Gudrun Johnston said...

Yikes.... that's one tough cat you've got there!

Rani said...

I am SO proud of Mr. Black! What a man. Who needs a fox hunter.

tmb2424@hotmail.com said...

Foxs are beautiful, but scary and not good for farms! So happy Mr. Black saved the day--hooray! Happy weekend to you all :o)

Yarnhog said...

Funny picture! You could title it "Face Off". Are foxes a threat to sheep? Sheep seem kind of big for foxes to mess with.

Britt-Arnhild said...

Wilderness Norway, I have two mooses in my blog today.

Den engelen fra i går er flott. Har du mønster eller har du funnet på den selv?

Caroline said...

Mr. Black is very brave. My cousin had a den of foxes on their "city" farm. They live on the outskirts of a large city. We all thought it was very neat...they did not!

I really like your fingerless gloves. I've been knitting some Loksins. The pattern is great.

Sandra said...

Now isn't that wonderful, Mr. Black protecting your sheep from Mr. Foxie. I'm glad the fox took flight, instead of staying to fight.

Have a great day. :)

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