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Friday Kitteh Blogging! July 18, 2008

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.



Momma and four chickittehz, enjoying the paths I mowed through the chest-high weeds of my back yard. The paths delineate the gone-wild berry patches therein, and apparently turkittehz love berries! I got to watch them peck their ways along, stopping for occasional dust baths in the defunct ant hills which dot the area:

Then they discovered my garden, Dust-Bath-Heaven.

We’ll have to see how that goes. 😉


1. kkryno - July 18, 2008


2. Jane R - July 18, 2008

Wow, never seen turkeychickittehz!

The goslings near my place are now almost grown. Sad. They are much uglier as grown-up geese.

3. littlebangtheory - July 18, 2008

These kittehz are pretty cool, street-savvy and everything (never saw turkittehz road kill, though I’ve seen everything else including bear and moose.) They’re not morons like their domestically-bred counterparts, which are dumber than door knobs.

I see them daily, three seasons, and this time of year, bebehz are plentiful.

4. Bobbie - July 19, 2008

Pretty cool. We’re seeing piping plover chickittehz here.

5. The Pagan Sphinx - July 19, 2008

I wonder what kind of success I would have if I tried to find a Nude With Turkey? 😉

6. Jane R - July 19, 2008

Yeh, the geesekitthez are really stoopid. They are everywhere here. (I live on the edge of the college campus where I teach, so there are green spaces, with a pond and little roads, so the critters are all over the place, as are their droppings.) Apparently a bunch of Canada Geese were migrating South a bunch of years ago and stopped over and said “why the hell go back up to Massachusetts?” and settled down and started reproducing. I’m mostly a vegetarian but sometimes there are so many of them on campus I start thinking about roast goose. The babies are cute while they are still fluffy though.

Would love to see turkitteh chicklets though.

7. Paul in ABQ - July 21, 2008

I was amused to note that we both had turkey photos on the same weekend. Yes, they love berries, if the tales of my friend are to be believed. The ones in her neighborhood must have interbred with the very slow domestic fowl, however. Still pretty cool to look at, though.

8. DCup - August 17, 2008

I want to say gobble gobble, but only the turkittehz would understand.

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