Just act cute, she’ll never guess.
What we were doing.
What were we doing?
I’m not sure but she’s staring at us and you look guilty.
How can I look guilty? I’m not guilty of anything. Why do you think I look guilty?
You just do. I was just licking my hip and when I looked up she was looking at us. I wasn’t doing anything, it must have been you.
How long do you think we can sit here looking at her like this? My attention span is about to expire.
Do you think she’s taken enough photos of us?
She’ll never think so.
Let’s just get up and stretch and see what she does.
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Among the requirements for my Backyard Wildlife Habitat, I provide food and shelter for native wild bird species all year round because aside from being fun to watch, they are an important insect guard in my vegetable garden.
In winter, however, I am compelled to put feeders up everywhere I can hang one, and at least one seed feeder is visible from each window in the house as well as suet feeders, ear corn and water. Not only does it give the birds a safe place to eat, drink and be merry, it gives my cats something to do and it gives my eyes a break while I slave at the computer all day into the night.