What’s Up Puddy Cat?

Caught this lovely cat eyeing me up.

It was after something in the bush – bird or mouse? – but it’s pal didn’t want to come out and play. Just as well, I’m a bit squeamish when it comes to seeing things getting killed.

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Ready to pounce…

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Taken London, UK © dannyboybroderick



35 thoughts on “What’s Up Puddy Cat?

  1. Spitting image of our two pure white cats here in North Cyprus. We live surrounded by fields and they’re always on the hunt. Luckily they’re not the type of cats which drop their prey at our feet!

    1. Maybe you can tail them and try to catch them in action.

      Love your artwork by the way – what software do you use for the digital art, if you don’t mind me asking?

  2. I am thinking you need a cat! I like white cats, we only have black barn cats…keep waiting for something different because there are a few splotchy ones with white and grey. We get birdy presents all the time…as you know that is what the pouncing leads to.

  3. Beautiful cat! Probably a bird….mine was after a tiny bird that somehow flew into our garage this morning. What a comedy of errors! but finally grabbed the cat and put up and used a soft long handled duster to shoo the bird on its way to freedom. I’ll be it had some tales to tell when it arrived back at its nest!

  4. Ohhh, she’s absolutely a Fairy Cat! With your minds eye, vision some fairy wings on her back. Now look at her face… she has an elfin face. She belongs to the realm of the Fae!

    She absolutely gorgeous. GREAT photograph, Mr. C.

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