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Fascinated

Posted by terrepruitt on October 19, 2018

I believe that the lizards in our yard are fascinated by the cats. I think they come to the windows to visit with them. One day there was one on the screen hanging on checking out the cats. They come over to the window and just stare at them. The cats “ick” at them. They range anywhere from two inches to 7 inches long. The majority I see are in the middle of that range. I think they are fascinating.

Here is a picture of Nessa looking at one for today’s Friday Photo. He stayed at the window for quite some time.

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2 Responses to “Fascinated”

  1. That is very interesting that cats and lizards find each other fascinating. Humans and cats do as well.

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    • I am assuming they find each other fascinating. They stare at each other for a long time. And the lizards walk right up to the windows, so I kinda figure they are visiting the cats. :-). I love seein the lizards. They are cool. They look right at cha!

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