Sunday, November 27, 2011

Look what our cat dragged in...

 
 The methane spewing ministers that participated in COP(out)17
that took place in Durban in 2011 have left.
What did they actually achieve? NOTHING!
However we discovered that we have our own in-house Eco warrior...
our cat, Chagall.


Here he is contemplating his next Eco adventure!
We have no idea what made him start doing this,
but he seems to be passionate about cleaning up our neighbourhood,
one piece of litter at a time.


Practicing his stalking skills before he sets out on his nightly "mission"


rolling around is also good exercise!


and as dusk sets in, he is ready to don his "Eco-warrior"
outfit and clean up

Chagall seems to only work in the early hours of the morning(usually around 2am)
 and his returning with trophies is announced with loud calls
that can be heard from our front gate


These first three items were all brought in on one evening


but were left scattered throughout our house...


Lounge...


Entrance hall...


Outside our bedroom door


in the passage


he seems to collect and return with a variety of items...


some to big to get in through the window,
so they get left in the garden


or on the patio...


Biscuit packets...


cigarette boxes...

chocolate wrappers...


and till-slips are all fair game for our fearless Eco-warrior..
I believe that he has achieved more with his "one cat campaign,
than all the delegates at the Durban event achieved...

 
This take away box is his largest "find" to date.
How he got it under our gate I have no idea.

This is not a small trophy...
 
 
 And of course,after a good night out,
personal grooming is very important...

 
 It is not as if he is lonely as he has a "girlfriend",
although she takes no part in his cleaning campaign!

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