Saturday, November 6, 2010

Summer


Summer will soon be here and with it comes flies, unbearable heat and snakes. Unfortunately the snakes are arriving a little early. Cato and Machicho found this one up the back yard the other day. We now know for sure that Cato hunts them and machicho will attack them. Hopefully that will be the last one we see????

8 comments:

Little Ted Canvas said...

Yuk, that's pretty scary! My parents live in the country & growing up we very rarely saw snakes, I'm sure it was because of the cats, every now & then they'd leave one on the door step just to let us know...

Enchanted Moments said...

Are you serious Jackie, the cats do that...Kill a big snake like that..how?
eeek

Remy said...

ugh! I hope it is the last you see (but aparently you don't have to worry since the cats are taking care of them)

Jackie said...

Unfortunately the pets usually don't survive snake bite so we generally get them inside when there is a snake around. We have to make very sure that they don't get the chance to get near them. This time we were lucky!

crzylady said...

ohhh! How scary. I like snakes, but I don't really live in area that's covered in poisonous creatures like Aus. is. Hope it's the last one you see too!

Cherie said...

Ooooo handbags and shoes was my first thought ;) Do cats usually win these battles of nature. Seriously I'd be freaking with them being so close, keep safe Jackie. xo.

Kate said...

Cherie's comment just made me giggle! Snakes don't though. I hope this is the last one you se this season and that we don't see any. Snakes are the one thing that make me want to go back to live in the city.
have a great week.

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