Oliver: Star gazing? Squirrel Hunting?

Hello there fellow friends and humans!


Have you come to watch me tonight?


Well there is nothing interesting going on here today! Just little me stargazing. 🙂


What was that noise… It wasn’t you was it…


OMC! Is that a squirrel? A fox? A bird?? Will you go and fetch it for me please. :)?

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His Meowjesty King Oliver the Maker of Mischief

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31 thoughts on “Oliver: Star gazing? Squirrel Hunting?

  1. squirrels! We have never seen one because there isn’t any in Hawaii. We have mongoose… But we look forward to moving soon to the US mainland so we can meet some squirrels

  2. Oli, please leave those poor squirrrels in peace 😛
    I have a new game to play with: in my great-grandparents’ small country cottage there are lots of dormice. Grey, warm, little, cuddly, fluffy and ‘stard inside! They destroyed my Lenci’s dolls collection with all their plastic boxes!
    But I love them <3 😀

      1. Hi Marc-André!
        That’s on WikiPedia:
        The dormouse (Glis glis Linnaeus, 1766) is a rodent belonging to the family “Dormouse” and is the only species of the genus “Glis”.
        These little creatures live/sleep warmly during the winter season under my roof and in spring they jump out and take new home in the wood around the cottage 😀
        They eat vegetables, rusks and my dolls 😀

  3. Stargazing is fun for me, Oliver, but Tony and the gang find it boring. In summertime though, sometimes we get bats who swoop and sqeak and are fun for all of us to watch. Can’t wait for summer!

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