Not only are we in the Ao4 and our bipeds safe, but so is Mama Robin. I sent Zim out to check on her earlier:
Let's go check the tree for Mama Robin, Mom!
OK, so as my Zimmie pup said yesterday, I feel the need to address the issue of cats. I've had cats as personal - err... canine/feline-al friends and just love them! I've taught Zim to also love cats, and I also suspect that he had kitty friends in his past. He emits some sort of vibes that cats find very attractive, and several in the neighborhood now come running when they see him! I'm very proud of him.
Ammy and Dave talk a good game about cats and what they think they might do to them, but rest assured, friends, there will be NO harming of ANY kitties on my watch! No way, no how! I forbid it, and my pack knows it. Besides, take Dave, for instance...
We used to have two lovely kitties who lived next door, Grey Kitty I (Luke) and Grey Kitty II (Lily). They moved to Maryland, unfortunately, but they were a delight to have in the neighborhood. They were indoor kitties, but would go outside with their bipeds. Mom used to take care of them when their bipeds went out of town. Here are a couple pictures of them! Here's Luke giving Mom a shoe shine:
Nice of him to shine up those New Balance, don't you think? And here is Lily:
Aren't they both sweet looking? I would always give them slow tail wags when I saw them and taught Zim to be calm whenever they were around. Sure, he stared, but that's all. Absolutely no malice in my boy-puppy's heart. As for Dave, tell me what you think after seeing this picture:
Yeah. Mr. Tough Guy. And Ammy, our little peace-maker, is the same way - believe me. She grew up on a farm with cats, so even though she teases with some of her rhetoric, I think it's an image thing. She would never hurt one. No way.
So please, my feline friends - fear not! We are cat-friendly!
Tail wags and "Mrrrow, meow, me-yow!",
PS: I can't belive I'm going to write this ..... but Ammy asked me to please add she hopes there are no "hard felines" over this. *eye roll*