Revenge of the Birds

Dear Human Bean,

I am writing to you in regards to the unsightly, bird-created messes (I will spare the rest of you of a photo) on your window. I believe I have some explaining to do. You see, I have been observing okay watching a bird with predatory interest in my spare time outside. The bird, I believe, was trying to get revenge on me through its act. Please accept my apologies for the inconvenience this has created.

Your loving cat Danielle

PS I didn't say I was going to stop watching that bird............


  1. Danielle ~ keep watching and report back to us.

  2. I await your next report with baited breath!

  3. There is only one solution, Danielle: leave the window open just enough for the bird to come inside so you can, uh, watch him even more closely!

  4. That was awfully nice of you to say you're sorry, Danielle. But I am Most Relieved to know that you're not gonna stop watching that bird. Birds really do need LOTS of watching. So do squirrels.

    Wiggles & Wags,

  5. Danielle...we think you scared that birdie s***less if you know what we mean! ;-)

  6. Miss D., that was a very gracious apology. You should be well rewarded.


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