Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Our Dove Friends

We have a pair of doves that are living in our flower bed! They come right up on the window sill so we can see them every morning. Momma wondered what we were looking at so intently, she was very surprised!

Me is chirpin goodmornin to Misses Dove. She don't mind if me watches hers.
Mommy got some close up pictures of our dove friends.
Sorry about the blurry it is through a window and screen.
Here is me and Mr. Dove

**PS We will visit as much as we can, but sometimes reaching on the computer makes momma's whiplash hurt.**

18 comments:

The Taylor CatSSSSS said...

First, we are sending get well wishes to your Mommy! Purrs!!!

The doves are beautiful!!!

Please tell your mommy to take it easy and rest!

Dragonheart & Merlin said...

Wow, those are very cool birds! They must be lots of fun to watch!

Sending healing purrs to your mom!

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Wow! Look at how close the birds are to you! What fun!

PB & J said...

Wow, our birdies never get that close - how cool! I sit in the window every morning just hoping they get that close :-)

We're purring for your Momma and Daddy's speedy recovery!

Bert

p.s. Jake wants me to say that he's sending nosekisses and headbumpies to the most beautiful Queen Snickers - jeesh Jake, you can say that yourself next time!

DEBRA said...

Sending healing purrs to your Momma...and we liked you purrty doves..what a great view you have.

Purrs
Abby

Tybalt said...

Purrs to your poor mommy and daddy! I hope they start feeling less ouchy soon.

What lovely birdies - and such a close-up view! Our squirrels have been very brave lately and come up to us that close . . . it drives poor Holly out of her mind. *snicker*

Gandalf & Grayson said...

We are sorry your Mommy & Daddy got a hurty whiplash. We are purring for them to feel better very soon.

Your Mourning Doves are very pretty! And very brave, too!

Daisy said...

Some doves live around us, too. They sound like this: Hoooo-hooooo. HOOOOO! Hoooooo-hooo-oooo! Hoooooo!

Kellie The Orange Cat said...

Oh my goodness, I just read about your Mum, Dad & Renna's accident. I hope your Mum and Dad feel better real soon, I will purr for them.

Wow, Doves - they look very pretty. I have never seen doves around our house, we just have ALOT of Quails. They make laughing sounds at me all the time : (

Parker said...

Gosh - it's like having HD TV, only better!

MISS PEACH >(^.^) said...

We love your birdy paradise here! Mommy said it is OK if I come over and serve the Royal Bean some of my very best Peachy tea. I hope you like Peach becayse it is our favorite for the summer months. If you have an ouchie in the winter I serve you Constant Comment, an orange spice tea:)
Soft hugs from Miss Peachy

Mickey said...

Oh,I wish the birds would come that close to my window!! MOm needs to move the feeders closer :)
I hope your Mom,Dad and Renna are feeling OK!!
Purrs Mickey

Lux said...

Get well wishes to your momma!

Those dove pictures are so neat - they'd drive me crazy being that close (and yet so far)!

Quasi said...

Those doves are very brave to be that close to you. Does your mom ever, uh, say, leave the window open?

The Cat Realm said...

We are afraid we would pounce on those doves faster than a lightning bold!
We will be deserted soon for the rest of the month and will post about it Thursday, after the peace globe.
Emil and Mrs. OZ

Mr. Echo said...

We see them birds all the time too. I herd thay are deelishus!

Sunny's Mommy said...

Wow! I'm surprised Misses and Mr. Dove sit there like that for you two! Sometimes we'll get a birdie that lands on the outside windowsill, but if any one goes towards the window the bird will quickly fly off. And we never get big birdies like that sitting on the windowsill. Just little ones. You are so lucky!!

I think your Momma should rest. Visiting is not as important as her getting all better.

meemsnyc said...

Wow, how cute that the Doves visit your sill. We used to have mourning doves visit when we had a bird feeder, but we had to get rid of it by request of the landlord. Now no birdies come to visit.