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I gave the cat her breakfast earlier this morning, then I went back outside an hour or so later and found this visitor helping itself to her breakfast. Rude much? Then had the audacity to get mad when we moved him away. Tried to sweep him away with the broom so he decided to bite the broom . Not very nice of him!!
Haha yeah it is a wild one. He was very grumpy at me, tried to make himself look all big and tough and flat and hissed at me. Obviously wasn't taught manners! We have a fair few blue tongue lizards around here. Two decided they were going to chill out in the lounge room once, a little one and a big one. Trying to sweep them outside was a heck of an adventure with lots of misdirection and girly squealing lol. Luckily the cat didn't find him, I don't think she would be pleased to know he helped himself to her breakfast. She has "found" one or two but avoids them for the most part. It is funny when there is a disgusting cane toad eating her dinner at night time sometimes, she calls out to us to come and get it away from her bowl. She must be a clever kitty and knows they are poisonous .
Holy crud lol well you have some adventure literally on your doorstep!!! Lol
You do have some pretty crazy adventures literally on your doorstep. I am sure the cat doesn't appreciate everyone else getting to eat the meals except for her. Poor kitty. That lizard is pretty scary looking and does look pretty pissed off.
Haha yeah he was pretty mean looking, guess he wasn't finished. I was really hoping he would go away and move with the broom easier but nope he was adamant at defending "his" breakfast and putting up a fight. He spent most of the time hissing at me while I tried to take pics of him. The cat would win for sure, no question. If a bigger cat comes in her yard she still wins. She's old but tough. I also suspect she might be immortal seeing as she still looks really young, especially for 14. Vet thought she was maybe 2 or 3 when we brought her in for something a couple of years ago. Guess she has to be tougher to make up for her spending 99.9% of her time sleeping or snuggling up next to DH wherever he is. Once she found a rat somewhere outside that she caught that was almost as big as her. Seriously, it's tail was as thick as a pencil o.O. She was making her, "Come look I brought you something!" meow and tried to bring it up the stairs to show us. It was so heavy she dropped it a few times. Ugh.
Hehe that bearded dragon is pretty cute. I would probably be scared to hold him though even though he is probably nice!