Saturday, June 09, 2012

MY House!

I was starting to use my last round bale when I heard a kitten squall. I looked all around, trying to find the cat nest. Then I thought to look up.

I actually had to back the quad up to the bale and stand on the rack to see this cozy nest right in the middle. This cat adopted the farm last fall, and has single-handedly kept it nearly mouse free. She is very wild, although we've had a couple of silent conversations, and she has been accepting the meat offerings I've made lately.

This picture should come with a soundtrack. Growls, rumbles and hisses warned me away.

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