Monday, March 30, 2009


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The spousal unit met one of these in the alley between the post office and the machine sheds early Saturday morning. That's about...100 yards from the house? If that?

I hope he was just visiting. No fox worth his salt is going to bother chasing rabbits when there are plump housecats for the taking.


Janice in GA said...

I have a pet-sitting client who lives about 5 miles from me. His subdivision has a Neighborhood Fox. I've seen it in the middle of the day, late at night, and in the early evening. There may be more than one.

I've also seen deer in that neighborhood. It's just a few miles from several major surface streets, and not at all far from I-85.

Shay said...

We shouldn't be surprised at the amount of wildlife here; no house in this village is further than three blocks from a cornfield.

Usually, though, it's ducks, possums and skunks.

Packrat said...

Please keep your kitties inside! All those critters that come visiting love dog food and cat food that is left out, too. We finally brought our pets in, especially at night. Between the owls, raccoons, coyotes, and an occasional mountain lion people all over town were losing pets.

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

Oh Shay~ ~ ~Hope the fox finds another part of town to frequent. I would have a difficult time keeping my outdoor kitty inside. It just makes him sad to have to sit inside when he can be outside patroling the grounds. Lot's of stray cats around here so we have cat fights too which is another hazard for the outdoor kitty. He has a kitty door but likes to be in the thick of things if there is anything happening! What personalities they have, our beloved cats!
Thanks for stopping by.
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~