1. rq says

    And this one has fluorescent orange legs.
    (It’s either my eyes or the photos today, sorry.)

    Really nice shot of wasp underbelly details, though -- not always easy to get those!

  2. Kengi says

    My first thought was “What kind of food is this animal demanding?”

    One of the feral cats, a thin little all black cutey with a long thin tail, has been staking out the front door. It gets right under my feet and won’t let me walk, causing me to shuffle along until I put some peanuts down. One of these days it’s going to manage to slip in the door when I’m not looking and I’ll find it hours later curled up and sleeping in the peanut sack.

  3. rq says

    Sadly, I am not familiar with the sketch. Once home, youtube shall rescue me!

    It’s a fabulous shot.

    For sure.

  4. rq says

    sleeping in the peanut sack

    No doubt, the empty peanut sack. :)
    One of my cats loves chips (any spicy flavour), but I’ve never heard of a cat liking peanuts.

  5. Kengi says

    All the feral cats around here gather for the peanuts now. My neighbor feeds them cat food, but they started grabbing peanuts from my ground mix to supplement their diet. They all seem to love peanuts, which didn’t surprise me. I haven’t found many critters of any kind that don’t seem to love peanuts. It seems to be a universal food. Heck, even my father loves to eat them! ;-)

    I’ve started giving the cats their own piles on the side of the house to keep them away from the bird feeding area in front.

  6. rq says

    Just read through it, and will definitely make sure to watch when I get home. :D

    Now I think I want to try my cats on peanuts and see what they say. :) Let’s see how universal peanuts really are!

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