Wednesday, August 5, 2015

NOMS Day by Simba

I am going to mostly copy my post from my own blog to here for NOMS Day.

Today is NOMS Day, a day to celebrate our other species friends and encourage tolerance and friendship.    Thanks to The Cat Realm for the great badge!        Here at our house, I am the only inside pet, but outside we have bird feeders that attract a lot of birds, even a hummingbird feeder that has frequent visits from one female hummingbird.   She is SO fast, I have no picture.   Then we have chipmunks running around our stone wall, and even a woodchuck who visits quite a lot.  Yup, no pictures.  

However, the most exciting visitors this summer have been the deer - it is hard to call them VISHUS deer, because the little ones are so cute.      The main visitors we see are two different mamas, one with a single fawn and another with twins.   Dad thinks the younger Mom of the singleton is the daughter of the other one.     Here are some pictures:

Inside the house, I have to be satisfied with some very quiet NOMS friends, like Mr/Miss seal here:


Unknown said...

Oh Simba what sweet deer and fawn..we have not got them or woodchicks or squirrels here..we used to see the odd deer at our old place but not now..and i think Mr Seal is probably just as cute MOL..great N.O.M.S pictures...paw pats Dinnermintz and Pickles xxx

Kjelle Bus aka Charlie Rascal said...

The little VISHUS deer is sooo squeeee cute <3


Gracie=^o.o^= said...

Such a sweet baby deer and the mommie.

Anonymous said...

Simba you sure have some cute NOMS critters around you!!!

Hugs, Sammy

Photo Cache said...

Awww, we think the vishus deer baby is totally cool and super cute.

Emma and Buster

The Cat Realm said...

Those vishus deer are adorable! Happy noms day to all!
Mrs. OZ

pilch92 said...

Simba, those are beautiful photos of the deer and I like the one of you with your seal too :)

Alasandra, The Cats and Dogs said...

We thinks your deer are lovely. Mommy saw one on the way to the store one time, but we haven't seen any in our yard.