Thursday 28 May 2015


While I was slurping my frothy milkies in the sunshine yesterday
 Mum noticed this fella
Can you see him?

Dad said he is Poplar Hawk Moftie
But I finks he's wrong he doesn't look very popular to me
'cos Moftie was all alone,
I couldn't see ANY of his mates

The Peeps fink he's not very well and put him up out of my reach

I wanted to give him mouth to mouth resuscitation

It seemed the right thingy to do!

Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah 


  1. Can't believe you weren't allowed to render first aid to the little fellow. We think he looks a bit stange......hope he feels better soon.

  2. We know you could fix him up in a heartbeat, Leah!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

  3. it looks like a bonsai batman.... you can watch the sky tonight if you see the sign :o)
    easy rider

  4. Hari OM
    You're heart is in the right place Nursingness... however, sometimes you jus' gotta let Nature do her bit!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  5. Leah....I agree all his mates must have deserted him. what an interesting looking Popular Hawk moftie though. We have something that looks similar called a lunar moth. It was nice of you to want to give him CPR but I expect it was best to move him out of your reach.

    Hugs madi your bfff

  6. Maybe he was just the scout moftie and the rest are on their way

  7. Mouth to mouth resuscitation, was FURsure the right thing to do!!!


  8. Don't yu mean "mouth to moth"? Bol!

  9. Crikey ..... he does look mighty pale. Must be crook, aye??

  10. We think you SHOULD have been pawmitted to give him Mouth to Moffie !!
    We are sure it would have done him a lot of ... GOOD.

  11. We used to give mofties to Elvis the gecko. He absolutely loved them!

    Ghostwriter is a weird science geek. She has a jar that looks like a light bulb. In it, she puts any dead and dried out moths she can find. She calls it her ironic jar. She says most of the moths in there are from the loading garage in our old pharmacy business. They were responsible for several summer wake-up calls at 2am because the movement detector alarm in there called the police!

  12. WE finks he needs a blood transfusion, we sees them at our house also, but we leaves them alone, we go after the bigger flying fings, like BIRDS. stella rose

  13. That think is nutty looking
    Lily & Edward

  14. He is a very interesting looking moffie. Hope he is OK
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  15. Hmm, I have tried mouth to moth resuscitation and they are not tasty!

  16. Wow, that is a proper moth Leah! Mum would have her pencil and pad down scratching furiously if he had been on our house.
    Dip and Elliot x

  17. That is a very interesting Moftie Leah...why wouldn't your pawrents let you save it (teeheehee).
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

  18. We have not heard of a moftie before. He is very strange looking - but we hope he will be OK.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

  19. Maybe he's not feeling all that well because his buddies all left him behind? Hope he feels better.

  20. Somehow we think if you gave him moth-to-mouth it might be kinda gross.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  21. He looks more like da loner type to me.

  22. I am not so sure he would have liked that and he might taste gross.

    Loveys Sasha

  23. You are so caring and sweet Princess Leah.
    Wally & Sammy

  24. That looks like a huge moth! We bet some of our birdies would like to snack on him.