Tuesday, June 26, 2007

I blame global 'Climate Change'


Strange things are happening around here.

First of all it's supposed to be summer. This time last year we had a drought and now we're having terrible floods (especially in the North of England).

But, something even stranger has happened. Braer Fox has been appearing in the garden during the day time, he's only ever been around at night before. I have a rather shaky relationship with Braer Fox - we agree to stay out of each others way as much as possible. So, you can imagine my frustration, to have him sitting in MY garden - as bold as brass - in the middle of the day.

Here's a picture to prove his audacity. I truly hope this is a one off.

FAZ

16 comments:

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

braer fox better get out of your garden! tell him not to make me come over there! he will be sorry then and run away really really fast! and you can have the garden all to yourself!

smiles, auntie bee

Pearl C. Pritchard said...

Oh no no no no no.

That would not do at all. I would really make my fur big if I saw him (or her) in my garden.

No way Jose.

Maria & Stefano said...

The pic is too cuteee!!!

I can't find the my Rockin' Girl Bloggers...I'll check back later;)

Loveeee

Shilgiah the Cat said...

Oh my goodness! Braer Fox needs to go away. You be careful he might be hazardous to your health.

mist1 said...

I've never seen a fox. I mean, besides myself of course. I'm not that hairy. Not that there's anything wrong with being furry, Faz.

Yoggie said...

Uh, how scary! I have never met a fox before. My female human says that they exist in Sweden, too!
Take care!

Skittles said...

I'm sure he's just paying homage to your greatness :)

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

yikes! we've never seen anycreature like that!

Forty Paws said...

Uh oh. This isn't good.

Hey, we had a drought last year and now it's raining and raining here too! But we're not complaining. After going through that extreme drought, we're glad for the rain.

Luf, Us

Caesar and Princess said...

Braer fox should not be in your garden. Perhaps you could put out a sign, "no foxes please"
Meanwhile, be very very careful outside! we do not want to hear about an argument with him!

<3*~Prinnie

Parker said...

Uh Oh! I bet braer fox is gonna' get bolder!

~*SilverNeurotic*~ said...

I hope the humans are able to chase him away!

Pablo said...

Wow. He looks tasty, but scary. Maybe he wants to go to the tennis but didn't know the way...

Lux said...

Whoa! What IS this thing, a fox you called it ... ?

Zoey and the furballs (the Zoo Crew) said...

Wow that is pretty brazen!

Eric and Flynn said...

We haf lots of foxes here too. Mum sez we haf to furry keerful of them cuz they are more vishus than vishus deer.Mum sez it mite be a vixen cuz they git furry brave and go out a lot during the day when they haf cubs to feed.
Be furry keerful cuz she had a kitty killed by a fox when she wuz young.