Weekly Pet Challenge

For this week’s Weekly Pet Challenge I’m introducing a garden guest who comes in for leftovers that Wilson doesn’t want (Until he sees somebody else eating them that is!)

FoxWilson has been seen eating lettuce in order to stop Myrtle getting it!

Lilly is not so sure what to make of the garden visitor!

Lilly & the Quick Brown Fox

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About Barbara

Born in Dublin, living in London with Peter, my two daughters, Wilson our Spaniel & Woordow our Malshih (Shih Tzu-Maltese cross)
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11 Responses to Weekly Pet Challenge

  1. Grannymar says:

    Great photos. It must be about thirty years since I saw a very young fox cub in our back garden. It sat and looked about for a few minutes, but was suddenly startled by a neighbourhood cat and ran off down the bank.

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  2. Love the pictures, and what a beautiful guest you have 🙂

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  3. What a beautiful fox. That’s very rare a cat and a fox. It’s lovely to see them so close together 🙂 Pawkiss 🙂

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  4. Al says:

    I agree with angels….that is a rare picture indeed. All that’s missing is Myrtle!

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    • Barbara says:

      She would saunter up the middle of them completely oblivious to the chaos that she was causing to the state of the universe! Far too cold for her these days…. she’s asleep!!

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  6. Steve says:

    What does the fox say?

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