Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Corey is definitely the Great Cat Hunter!!!
I wouldn't be surprised to know that it played out just that way in his little fuzzy head.
How appropriate...the butterfly being on the top shelf with the plants hanging nearby. Corey was following his instincts!
Oh Vicki, that Cory is a caution, as my Granny used to say. I would love to see the photo evidence of how Cory got up to that hunting hiding place. Very skilled in climbing, is Cory.xo
How Corey got up there without knocking over some of your decor is beyond me. He has got to be nimble footed and stealthy. You go wild thing
Every day at lunch time, when I put our glasses of water on the table, Cory jumps on the table and tries to drink out of them while I'm going back to the kitchen to get our sandwiches. So I started putting the glasses of water in the corner cupboard till we came to the table. No problem, Cory then jumped from the table to the cupboard. So I moved the glasses to a higher shelf... and you see the result.
Cory goes to such extremes to get a dram of spring water. I guess there are stranger addictions.
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