Here’s a twist on the old Tweety Pie song “I tawt I taw a puddy tat!” about Sylvester the cat creeping up on the little bird.
Little Monkey and I were sitting outside in the shade of the trees early one evening, minding our own business, when I noticed movement.
A cheeky Olive Thrush flew down to the lawn and looked about. (I’ve marked his progress with a white arrow to save you having to squint to find him!)
What did Little Monkey think about this?
I would say by the raspberry she’s blowing; clearly not impressed!
The Thrush, however, was completely unconcerned by our presence. He could plainly see us, but that didn’t faze him one bit.
He started hopping closer and closer to us!
Little Monkey remained completely unaware of his presence;
She just wondered why I was taking so many photos of her. She still hadn’t a clue that ‘Tweety” was creeping up on her;
Closer and closer, till he got to where he wanted to go!
Talk about cheeky!
post script: For more about Sylvester the cat and Tweety Pie, you can click on these links:
I must say, I prefer cartoons in the original 2D; certainly for the old ones like Sylvester and Tweety Pie.