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Off topic but any advise on killer cats?

Old Jun 25th 2014, 8:22 pm
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Haha, just read this and guess what I'm having for breakfast..... Porridge
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Old Jun 26th 2014, 4:53 pm
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Haha, just read this and guess what I'm having for breakfast..... Porridge
No doubt since you've been looking out of the window to see if a queue of brown bears are walking up your garden path!
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Old Jun 26th 2014, 8:50 pm
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Haha, just read this and guess what I'm having for breakfast..... Porridge
I suppose you have it Scottish style with salt instead of sugar? Ooops, back to the recipe thread
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Old Jun 26th 2014, 9:03 pm
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Sorry, I know this isn't related to anything Hungarian, apart from the nationality of the killer cat I brought one of our feline friends over to what he must deem to be cat heaven! In his short time here, he has decimated the water vole population and seriously dented the number of baby bunnies - NOT nice seeing as he brings them through the cat flap.
He has now discovered our hedge which has a coaltit and two chaffinch nests, all with babies ready to fledge in about 6-7 days times. Having already started to empty the nests, I've kept him locked up[ in the conservatory for the past two days but I can't do so for another week - allergies, cat going crazy etc.

Any suggestions? He heads for the hedge the minute he is free and he will empty the nests as soon as he is let out. I know the laws of nature are at times cruel but I'm wondering if moving the nests would work or would the mother desert them
Find him a nice home and get a dog.
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Old Jun 26th 2014, 10:48 pm
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No bears Fen though I did catch sight of a fox, a large brown one at that - never seen foxes like it

Fib, no other way to have it - especially now I can't have sugar - salt and a touch of cream or milk once served up, keeps you going for hours :-)

Beaverstate, I have one of those and she's more trouble than the cat. The babies have now either fledged or the cat got them as they are no longer in the nest - ever the optimist, I'll think the former
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one of our cats left us a fresh bird this morning and then this afternoon left me an identical bird right by the wood I was sawing
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