Thursday, 4 August 2016

P Gin Hunting….or not

Now I nose I'm supposed to chase the P Gins away


But we've developed a symbiotic relationship


If I turn a blind eye and leave them alone


They fling the bread around


And I get to snaffle extra rations


Works for me, hehe


(Oh butt, pleeeease don't tell Aunty Freya)

Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah 
xxx

25 comments:

  1. MOL MOL MOL I promise not to tell Aunty Freya or any of our blogging friends that you and the P gins have agreed to disagree and are working in unison for the same cause!!!
    Princess Leah you are a genius!!
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  2. Hari OM
    ...or the dogtur... little peeps + pigeons = extra lbs!!! hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. Oh you are such a smart gal, Princess Leah, to get that bread away from the P gins. Bet they were happy to give it to you.

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  4. That's a good idea!

    We've had some birdies that look a lot like pigeons hanging around at the feeder. Ghostwriter says they're just the usual mourning doves, maybe young ones, because their feathers are a couple shades darker than the usual ones we see. Unfortunately, the humans only put out seeds for the birdies. Yuck!

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  5. THAT is a brilliant plan... we won't tell a soul.

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  6. Oh my....you are getting treats from the P Gins now?!? How do you do it, Princess Leah?

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  7. You have them well trained! BOL

    :)

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  8. Those pee gins are annoying
    Lily & Edward

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  9. OMD they shared with you.
    Tell them no poop and everything will be fine.

    Astro

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  10. Dear Leah
    Here in Suburbia we have very little wildlife. I have not seen a pidgen in a while BUT we have had troubles with woodpeckers this summer. Crazy. And the crows/ravens are so numerous but I hear that is a good thing. Once the crows go your environ is considered toxic. Uh-oh.
    Love Noodles
    PeeEss: none of the wildlife has EVER shared rations with me!

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  11. Those P Gins would always come back anyway, so you're super smart not to waste your efforts chasing them.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  12. The BIRDIES are leaving snacks for you!?!!? (Other than poop, I mean.) That is so awesome!
    Y/s,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  13. Gettin' the P-Gin to leave bribes for you....that's fabulous!

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  14. What a smart Princess you are!! Always bonding with your subjects!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  15. Excellent plan, Leah! You are so smart!

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  16. Excellent snatch there Princess Leah, better to grab it now while it's in one big piece. Better than crumbs.

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  17. It's a win-win situation, Leah!

    Also, what Aunty Freya doesn't know won't hurt her...and your secret is safe with us! ;p

    P.S. That fifth photo made our Mama laugh out loud! :D

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  18. You got a bite,, Good job!
    love
    tweedles

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  19. smart girl!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  20. I could totally see my boys doing something like that. They tend to ignore squirrels and I'm wondering now if the squirrels ever sometimes drop food for them. Could explain a lot!

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  21. OMD, gurl ~ that is one pawsome feathered furiend to have fursure!!!! Where do I gets one of those???? All the wildlife leaves here is poop!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  22. "symbiotic relationship" Wow, Princess, you are either higher learned or watch a lot of sci fi on TV.

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  23. You are on the job with your feathered friends!

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