Schrodinger’s cat & mouse – out of the box


At your suggestion, and a very good one at that – thanks Edith Jones Rubin!

the cat

the cat

We had a big black cat named ” William Emerald Lyons Gentleman Cat”

He was named by my daughter who is in charge of naming things in our world.

He used to follow us when we went for walks around the lake we lived by.

One time he spotted and caught a  little field mouse and he/they ran up ahead

after a few dozen yards we caught up with him and he stopped,

and before i could reach down – hoping to get him to release it,

he did so himself and the mouse slowly at first and then ran,

back into the hedge row and we all continued on.

Not a mark on the little fellow.

 

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Comments

  • Felicity  On February 19, 2015 at 10:06 pm

    Ah, I had a cat like this once, simply named Kelso…lol Wonderful post. Made me remember an old friend…

    Like

    • pdlyons  On February 20, 2015 at 11:44 am

      nice to hear. thanks for reading and commenting. – remember to remember. cheers

      Liked by 1 person

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