Birds fly. Dogs bark. Fire burns. I read. (Mostly mysteries.)
oooooooh I want one
Hi Cathy,Looks great... but no cats, no bird droppings, no squirrels ..... NO WAY !!!Yvonne
Lovely! And just tell me if you need Annabella Kickinbottom and her shotgun - I´m sure she will be out of prison soon ;)
Cathy - Oh, that is beautiful! I hope the cats leave it alone. I can vouch for Annabella Kickinbottom as a good guard ;-)
I love it! Good luck keeping the cats out.
That's really cool!
That is so neat! Where did you find it?
Lovely! Good luck with the cats.Our bird baths, which are on pedestals, are communal neighbourhood watering holes. Squirrels, cats (at the old house), deer (at the new house) and birds. I can imagine it would be much more fun with it closer to the ground. ;)
You're not saying something happened to the blue one???? I love this one too. You are a bad influence on me.
Bernadette-- I love the sound of water outdoors. Indoors the sound seems to stimulate my bladder! LOLYvonne-- So far, so good. (Fingers crossed and a vigilant eye peeled....)Dorte-- As long as Annabella lets me join her with my slingshot. She sounds like a very interesting person to know! :-DMargot-- The name alone tells me that it's so!Kathy-- I need all the luck I can get!Mary-- Thanks!LuAnn-- Online at a place that specializes in solar-powered products. I just did a search for "solar fountains".Marie-- I have seven birdbaths/ fountains of varying heights throughout the backyard. Especially since this is the desert, they are all highly prized by the wildlife. The cats have been known to stalk them all.Candace-- But solar power is GOOD!
It looks great! And..solar power is good!
Kris-- Yes, it is-- especially in Arizona!
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