We have a cat and we tend to feed her outside, unless it’s raining. Like most cats she tends to leave some of her food for Ron (later on) which please the crows and a few other birds that descend upon an unguarded food bowl.
Now for the odd part, we have noticed this summer that when we return home her food bowl always has a number of dead wasps in it. Why? Is there something in the cat food that’s killing them or is the cat killing them (highly unlikely).
Any body else come across this and if so is there an answer?
Spring is sprung, the grass is ris.
I wonders where the birdies is.
They say the birds is on the wing.
Ain’t that absurd?
I always thought the wing was on the bird.
Yesterday 5 Feb 2011 in the winter gardens at Anglesey Abbey Cambridgeshire UK
The snow followed me to Athens December 12th 2010