Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Three little cats and a hawk feather

Three little cats (two kitties and a very small leopard) found a nice striped feather one day.  They took it to Grandma, who looked it up, and said it was a tail feather from a Cooper's Hawk.  The little cats thought the hawk might need his feather, and decided to give it back to him.  So they sat outside holding it up for him, and waited.  But when the hawk came by, he had that "little cats might be good to eat" look on his face, and the cats hid under Big Dog. 
In the end, it seems the hawk didn't want his feather back at all, so the cats sent it off to Tofu in Japan.  Maybe Tofu would like it, because we think there are no Cooper's Hawks in Japan. 

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