The Fevvers-On-A-Stick – Not on a stick!

Hi everyone Ruby here!

You know how Oliver and I like to play with what Oliver affectionately calls the “fevver-on-a-stick”? Well, recently we have discovered that there are fevvers-on-a-stick that aren’t actually on sticks! We have been watching them outside through the window. They fly around all over the place! We especially enjoy watching them from the upstairs windows as we can see them coming and going, landing on branches and chirping too! They’re much more interesting than the variety that’s stuck to the end of the stick! Scott says they’re called birds.

Oliver has started seeing the birds and chirruping at them – his instincts for hunting are developing very well! Of course, I’d always beat him to it as I’m a lean, fast warrior-queen!

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7 responses to “The Fevvers-On-A-Stick – Not on a stick!

  1. Ah, you’ve discovered the joys of kitty TV! Wait till you see squirrels and chipmunks! 😀

  2. Hi Ruby. Oh yes, fevvers-not-on-a-stick are so much fun to watch! Sometimes one lands on our windowsill and then we can’t help ourselves, we chatter our teeth at it in a menacing sort of way.

  3. Those fevvers outside the window are really fun to watch. They have a toy called DaBird that you need to get. It is fevvers on a long string and it is very similar to the ones outside. We love ours. We all go bonkers when Mom gets it out. Hope all of you have a great week end.

  4. Outside fevvers are very exciting to watch – do your chatter to them??
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  5. We love the outside-fevvers! If only we could get our paws on em tho…
    Good luck to you, Ruby Warrior-Queen!

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, and Hollie

  6. Ruby, I love to chirp at the birds outside the window too! We could watch them together.

    Teddy Westlife

  7. Uh, yes…I prefer theese fevvers not on a stick as well!

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