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Saturday, 27 October 2007

Kooka



Just how could I have left out the kookaburra! As Charlie said this silly bird just laughs at you. I actually have one of these cackling characters coming to my garden and even stealing my food at times. The wet one is pretty cute looking.

13 comments:

Daisy said...

Oh, I think I would be very angry if a bird laughed at me. Sometimes I cackle back at birds.

Sassy Cat said...

I am so excited that I cannot even write anything about that big beautiful bird on your post. Congratulations to you. You ARE the first to arrive at my party. I am so happy to meet you and I must say that you look beautiful with your party bow on. If there is anything you want to to feature about you on my post next week let me know and I will send you my e mail address. I am so happy let's not jump but let's hit the food stuff, that mouse in the bowl looks too good to me. Hey stay as long as you want and be the last to leave, that would be funny wouldn't it?

Momo :) said...

Hey Momo!! Witch Momo here! :) This birdy is very cute. Yeah, I like the wet one.

What? A bird laughs at you??? and stealed your food, Momo??

Hope you're having good weekend!!

Momo xoxo

Momo :) said...

Momo.. momo again. I just read your entry on Charlie's blog and learnt that your SS is stressed out. Is she ok???

Momo xoxo

Momo :) said...

Hey Momo.. Momo again!!! Sorry to hear that your SS and Charlie's mom are stressed out. I've noticed that hoooomans get stressed so easily unlike us! Let me bark them (=good bark) from here Canada to see if they can calm a bit. :)

Momo xoxoxoxoxoxo (extra hug and kiss!)

pee ess: While hoooomans are stressed out, we can stay at Sassy'
s pawty as long as we want!

Christine and FAZ said...

My human said she soooooo misses kookaburras because we don't get them here in England. We get wood pigeons which are pretty big and edible (although I've never managed to catch one). We get thrushes and finches and robins (I did get one of those once) and occasionally jays and yellow headed woodpeckers but never, ever Kookaburras. FAZ

Diamond Emerald-Eyes said...

I dunno...look kind of tastey, but it has a pretty big beak. The ravens laugh at me, but they also divebomb when they see me around because they afraid I will raid their nests. The blue jays like to divebomb me too, but I am more than happy to catch those!

Cat Naps in Italy said...

Mom, we are at the party now! It so nice to meet you in person. The party started early and we didn't know!

Would like to join us for dance on the patio?

Love,
Opus and Roscoe

ps. Sorry that darn bird laughs at you, but he is kind of cute!

Cat Naps in Italy said...

ps. we even put our on costumes! We are Colts fans (that is the Indianapolis football team).

Dragonheart said...

Wow, that is a very cool bird! It does look very cute. Those birds must be lots of fun to watch!

Black Cat said...

Just found your blog via Zoolatry and it's really great. Love those kookaburras:)

topcatrules said...

Oh! A soaky kooky! I love it!

Gretchen said...

Hi, Momo...I wanted to go back and read some of the post I missed of yours. You live in such an interesting place. I think I'd like to have a laughing bird outside my window. The pacific jays are pretty noisey. They don't laugh, they just squawk, and bury peanuts in my mom beans' planted pots.

Hugs...G