Daily Photo Reprise: Doves, 2012

three cats watching doves
Dove says, “Ha ha!”

If you look way up at the top of the photo you’ll see a mourning dove bravely looking down at three cats totally transfixed at the sight of a bird…right…there…

Mr. Sunshine, Giuseppe and Mewsette just sat and looked at each other until suddenly, for some dovish reason, the dove began flapping its wings and flew away! This caused quite a stir among the three watchers.

But the dove did not go far, only circling around and resettling at the top of the window for another game of “stare at the cats”…

two black cats watching dove
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2 thoughts on “Daily Photo Reprise: Doves, 2012

  • May 7, 2013 at 7:16 pm
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    That’s a terrific photo, B. I love the mourning doves, but sometimes they are much too trusting!

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    • May 7, 2013 at 7:20 pm
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      Chris, it’s a good thing there are screens! And I practically had to lie on the ground to get that angle, but worth it.

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