Bengal Cat and Occasional Critters. Pennsylvania USA [email protected]
Trying something different. This photo was taken under #365nm ultraviolet light. Unlike normal UV and backlights this is outside of the visible spectrum and produces no visible light. The orange stuff I assume is spider excrement. Sorry but I couldn't identify this spider. Edit thinking it's a Enoplognatha ovata an introduced species native to Europe. @mnochisaki14 @insecthaus_adi @isabetabug Any guesses? 1/4" long, green abdomen, yellow cephalothorax, no orb web.
I've been seeing this cat hanging around at a neighbors house. I never took the owner as much of a cat guy so I stopped to inquire about it and take some pictures. He told me the cat started coming around in October and it was getting cold so he started letting it inside. He hasn't named it and like many cats around here was probably a stray or dumped off. Good to know there are nice people still out there.
The results of testing did not produce the expected results. I will try to do further testing under different parameters and compare results. Swipe left for part 2. #fidgetspinner #forscience.
*Disclaimer* If you think I'm being mean to the chipmunks I'm not. Between the chipmunks, squirrels, birds and other wildlife feeding them I go through 50lb/23kg of sunflower seeds every 3-4 weeks. There's literally a pile of sunflower on the ground in this video and there's delicious peanut butter on the back of those peanuts he's eating.
So out for a walk with Pouncey when all of a sudden a turkey starts attacking Pouncey, then it flys off. So I look around and found this little baby turkey. My guess is there where several of them hiding around in that area. I took a few photos and we continued on our walk. Pouncey never hurt the turkey and I'm sure mom will come back for it. But I must say I really wanted to take it home and try and raise it, it was too cute.
Oh wow guys I'm so excited! As many of you know I was hacked and over 2000 photos deleted. While I still have the originals they're buried in hundreds of thousands of unorganized photos and I'll probably never dig through them to find the good ones. Well I just logged into an old Photobucket account and found 150 of some of my old favorites! I thought I'd post this monster snapping turtle we found back in 2014. I remember I captioned this "Pouncey finds a tortoise". Oh the comments people left correcting my obvious misidentification where hilarious.
Taking a break on yesterday's walk and a mouse(s) kept running by us.
I get asked if Pouncey ever runs away and the answer is no. However when he's tired he'll go to some spot I can't get to and take a nap. At first I learned to not panic and just wait it out he'll come back. Now I've learned to tell when he's getting tired and I sit down. He then jumps on my lap or lays down next to me and takes break. So he has me well trained. Also Pouncey never sits on my lap indoors.
An article was released by Popular Science (@popsci) highlighting the long-term consequences of declawing. A study done on 274 cats of various ages and half of them declawed found the following. A declawed cat is...
7X More likely to pee in inappropriate area.
4X More likely to bite.
3X More likely to be aggressive.
3X More likely to overgroom.
3X More likely to have back pain.
Link to the full article is in my bio. @pawproject #stopdeclawing