"Every picture has its shadows, and it has some source of light." - Joni Mitchell
The cat seems to agree with the No! answer too. The height of the fence dictates the answer, you're clever Olga but you have your limitations. :-)Alphie
That's a strange looking squirrel up on the roof.
Talk about top dog. Poor Olga - it's never nice, against all your instincts, not being able to give chase even if, in the end, it comes to nothing. On the other hand, maybe there was a friendship in the making.U
All-consuming friendship, you might say.
The thrill of the chase was there.
This made me smile. It looks like Garfield and Odie. (Sorry, Olga!)
Surprising how high dogs can jump and climb though...
...and the cat knows it too.
That put a huge smile on my face! Great way to start the day.
That is a very tall fence/wall. Cats love doing that, sitting, looking down on others.
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!Love this, Steve.
The pictures say it all, but your words are the icing on the cake.
That's great! Made me laugh out loud. Thank you for that.
But he keeps trying.
Oh, now don't start that. :)
This is the epitome of dog/cat relations!
Maybe she just wants to play with the kitty? I'm curious. Why does she have a collar and leash as opposed to a harness and leash? Enjoy your day, hugs, Edna B.
She had a harness when she was younger (and stronger!) and tended to pull on her leash. Now she's not quite as rebellious so she's fine with a collar.
That is one fortunate feline!
there's a cat around here who doesn't belong to anybody I don't think but not feral and that cat is not the least intimidated by anything or anyone, especially mu little dog who goes berserk barking at her until the cat gets annoyed and feints toward the dog which sends her running.
What A Classic Shot - Olga Girl, You Get That Cat - Thanx For This One Cheers