Stealing cat food!

Recently some doves and martins have begun stealing dry cat food set out for the outside cats. Evidently the cats are AWOL too often - probably searching for new SOs at the neighbors.
Maybe a 'No birds allowed' sign next to the cat food?
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On 05/19/2015 08:56 AM, KenK wrote:

Cats might be eating the birds.
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Haven't seen the cats for several days! Birds might have eaten the cats! With the help of a hired eagle perhaps.
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On 05/19/2015 07:56 AM, KenK wrote:

The cats are lucky it's only their food. A neighbor had a long haired cat that liked to lounge around. The swallows viewed it as a source of building materials and would swoop down, grab a beakful of fur, and get the hell out of Dodge. afaik the cat never managed to catch one of them.
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