- Feb 2, 2016
I tried but they don't speak good English and I don't know if they got what I was trying to say.Queenie60|1468273946|4054503 said:Can you kindly ask your neighbor to keep their cat inside or in another area - just explain that you're concerned about the birds? I have a song bird nest on my front porch. She made her nest in a very large, stone pot full of ivy. So, of course I am leaving the ivy thick for now, I usually trim it out and plant annuals. Oh well - babies will be hopping around soon and then flying away! I love this time of year with all of the baby birds learning to fly. Thank you for sharing these beautiful doves.
Thank you so much for your post. So I tried to talk to them only to find out they do understand but they view the cat possibly eating the bird as the circle of lifeMaria D|1468338023|4054743 said:Aww, so precious! I'm very worried about the neighbor's cat. My indoor/outdoor cats were always prolific hunters.
Maybe you could show them the birds and speak to them in Italian...from google translate:
Sono preoccupato che il vostro gatto farà male gli uccellini.
(I'm worried that your cat will hurt the little birds.)
Hanno bisogno di quattro giorni prima di poter volare.
(They need four days before they can fly.)
Bonfire|1468520896|4055447 said:I check your thread everyday to see how your little charges are doing! Do you still see mom nearby? It seems encouraging that the cat hasn't discovered them. Thanks for keeping us updated!