I miss the furry one. He just added so much more drama and excitement. Now there are some of those birds looking a little chunky from over-eating. I think my client was doing them a favor.
One of your client’s friends trespassed onto my back porch and ate all 5 of the wrens’ eggs in the nest a few nights ago. The night I wasn’t home. Only reason I know is because it was all on the Wyze cam.
So here’s the thing…assuming the allegation is true, you should be THANKING my client for that. Scientists discovered that some eggs contain an IgY antibody to Fel d 1 (the thing that makes some humans “allergic” to cats). So when a cat eats eggs, or has parts of eggs mixed with their food, then their Fel d 1 no longer causes an allergic reaction in humans who are sensitive to it. That is what companies add in to the anti-allergy cat food they sell…they just mix in some powdered eggs that contain the IgY antibody so the human doesn’t experience allergies anymore.
Thus, this cat would be a HERO, caring about making life better for the humans who love it. My client should be renamed Hero-cat.
Note: I also double as my client’s PR manager
The power of plenty (eased territorial tensions.)
The Coalition of Bird Partners should now explore cat mitigation measures. Diplomacy first, but with a firm hand. (They’ve been talked to before. )
Yes. My neighbor is under my house moving dirt so he can get to the other side. Watching him with my bird cam.