Monday Mischief, How Do We Begin?


Where do I begin?

Where do I begin?


It’s Monday Mischief and how do we  even begin? There is so much mischief in our house since Twinkle came home, that it really is hard to pick one mischievous incident! Maybe we should switch the focus, and show a little mischief from my brother Kes. That’s him on the right, looking slightly doofy. He’s so sweet though!


Kes is making a doofy face

Kes is making a doofy face


He may look sweet and unassuming, but you haven’t seen him around birds. His fierceness comes out, and everyone is reminded that he has a high prey drive.  We took a little routine trip to the vet the other day, and they have some birds there in the waiting room. (In a cage) Kes expressed more than a little interest in them.


Kes trying to make contact with the bird, Johnny Cash

Kes trying to make contact with the bird named Johnny Cash


At one point he had his tongue out, and then, it happened. He put his nose near the bird, and the bird touched his nose with his beak. We couldn’t get that on camera, but this is a few seconds before.


Look at me bird!

Look at me bird!



Come to me bird!

Come to me bird!






The picture that is missing is the one where Kes makes contact! Then all hell breaks loose. Kes gets very excited and has to be escorted from the area! The bird is OK, and still curious about Kes. This is one brave bird.


For everyone around, it was mischief with a capital M.


We are joining Snoopy’s Dog Blog, Alfie’s Blog and My Brown Newfies for the Monday Mischief Blog Hop. We thank them for hosting, and providing us with much mischief to emulate!



20 thoughts on “Monday Mischief, How Do We Begin?

  1. Bethany says:

    Kes, Leo would like to have a talk with you.


  2. Maybe Kes was feeling a little “peckish” after that encounter? 😉

    Wags (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats.

  3. Mom says she doesn’t know what we would have done if we were that close to a bird! It definitely would have began with a capital M as well! BOL!

  4. Sue says:

    Woof! Now that was a close encounter!

  5. I can’t imagine Kilo getting that close to a bird, amazing!

  6. Flea says:

    Would have changed things entirely if the bird had taken a chuck out of his nose. My own dogs are fascinated with rodents, particularly yard rabbits.

  7. Wow, that was some mischief.

    Might we suggest adding your blog link to your Google profile? We only found you because we know you, but those that don’t would never find you. :)

  8. It was obviously the bird’s fault! Hahaha!

  9. Hey Kes

    That sure is capital ‘M’ mischief buddy! I’m always curious about birds too so I probably would have been escorted away too – Tee Hee

    I hope you’re having a fun day,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

  10. OMD…What pawesome mischief Kes!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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