Friday, October 7, 2011

Farm Cat Friday - When Last We Left Harry.....

You will recall that in last week's Farm Cat Friday I told you of Harry's daring escape. At the end he was left like this:




Surrounded by chickens!
Oh noes!


How did this happen?
How did it end?


Let us start at the beginning!
As you all know Harry the Farm cat ESCAPED!
The publicist and the other Farm cats were searching for him.
He finally showed up but he dashed away to the other side of the Farm!


Then the publicist heard the chickens start to put up quite the racket.
She looked over and this is what she saw:














It seemed that Harry was going to be a chicken snack!
She had never seen the chickens gather around a Farm cat like that before.
But she had also never known a Farm cat to chase chickens quite like Harry before.


UH-OH!
Was Harry doomed?




It seems not for when she looked over again the chickens had dispersed and Harry was having a meow with two of them. Perhaps they have come to a detente!


No more Harry chasing chickens or chickens chasing Harry.
Peace in the Farm yard.


What do you think?

13 comments:

  1. LOL I think Harry knew he was out numbered :O).

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  2. We agree - Harry looked pretty outnumbered. Maybe he was just asking for asylum? MOL

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  3. herding chickens...maybe they wanted to escort him back to the yurt!

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  4. They were ganging up on poor Harry! It's hard to tell who was herding who!

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  5. I'm glad it was detente and not al dente. It is good when peace reigns, reins or rains.

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  6. We think Harry WAS a chicken around the chickens!

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  7. Run Harry run! Beautiful red chickens. Harry is quite the gent too.

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  8. If I were those chickens, I would not trust Harry. (Hey, it takes a kitty to know a kitty!)

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  9. We think the chickens were scolding Harry for running away from the Publicist!

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  10. So glad it ended peacefully! We have those concerns around here occasionally too.

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  11. Maybe they were just looking out for him. Or ratting him out. If I am ever looking for Hobbes, the squirrels always tell me where he is.

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  12. We thought maybe Harry was a goner with all those chickens surrounding him. Looks like he took things into his own paws. Sure glad he survived all those pecks. Take care.

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Maaaaaa away....

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