The Adventures of Rooger and, the killer cat.

@TRBRocks420 (82677)
Banks, Oregon
October 17, 2016 3:40pm CST
Hey, everyone and, I hope all is well in your neck of the woods, things are good here, we are having a rare day of sunshine in October, me and, Rooger are happy about it, because we didn't get soaking wet, we also saw a ton of baby birds today, but the sad part is after I came back I brought in wood for mom and, took out the garbage, then got a cup of coffee and, headed back down to my house, that's when we saw her the killer cat, she came lurking along proudly with a giant Dove in her mouth. I feel bad for the poor bird, but I also don't blame the cat, that's her nature. I was just surprised she was able to catch it though, that makes me think she was also the one that killed the squirrel. Anyway going to go get to a bunch of your posts now.
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@teamfreak16 (41407)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
17 Oct 16
I'm always amazed that a cat can catch a bird.
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@TRBRocks420 (82677)
• Banks, Oregon
17 Oct 16
Yeah, it was about half her size too. I hope not a mother, but she probably was.
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@amadeo (73281)
• United States
17 Oct 16
thank you for the adventure of Rooger.You could write a book on this?
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@TRBRocks420 (82677)
• Banks, Oregon
17 Oct 16
Thank you my friend and, yes maybe one day.
@silvermist (20116)
• India
18 Oct 16
@TRBRocks420 Are you referring to Ghost as killer cat?But then that is what some cats do.
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@TRBRocks420 (82677)
• Banks, Oregon
18 Oct 16
No it wasn't Ghost, this is my Uncles Cat, that is outside a lot.
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@silvermist (20116)
• India
18 Oct 16
@TRBRocks420 So I missed some posts.Anyway good to know it was not Ghost.
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@TRBRocks420 (82677)
• Banks, Oregon
18 Oct 16
@silvermist Yeah, he's not allowed out.
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@sallypup (28533)
• Moses Lake, Washington
17 Oct 16
That's a large prize for a domestic cat to bag. My mini bobcat has only bagged gophers and sparrows besides mouse types.
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@TRBRocks420 (82677)
• Banks, Oregon
17 Oct 16
Yes, she has turned into a great hunter being outside. I was shocked to see it in her mouth.
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@sallypup (28533)
• Moses Lake, Washington
17 Oct 16
@TRBRocks420 I would have been shocked too.
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@VivaLaDani13 (22057)
• Perth, Australia
15 Sep
@TRBRocks420 aw no! It sucks when animals kill other animals. Yet at the same time, it's how they are. Like my cat, I get so angry and upset whenever she has caught birds or mice but I can't teach her any different. It's her instincts.
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@TRBRocks420 (82677)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Sep
Yes, it's just what they are programmed to do.
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@suziecat7 (3393)
• Asheville, North Carolina
17 Oct 16
I'm a cat lady and have had some big game hunters in my brood. My cat, Mulligan, would jump several feet straight up in the air to catch a bird. Unfortunately she would succeed sometimes. It's the one thing I don't like about well-fed cats :))
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@TRBRocks420 (82677)
• Banks, Oregon
17 Oct 16
Yes, she is something else. I hope the birds will be more careful for now on.
@Corbin5 (116145)
• United States
17 Oct 16
She really is a good hunter, but she must to survive. Glad you had sunshine today!!
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@TRBRocks420 (82677)
• Banks, Oregon
17 Oct 16
Yes, that's the way I figure it too, she must have been very hungry.
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