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Tuesday, 29 September 2009

What A Bee Brain!


Now that the weather has become cooler the bees that frequent our plants have become rather dopey and slow to react.

It has now become Charlie's favourite pastime to catch these bees and taunt them before attempting to EAT them! Of course not only is this a silly thing to do, it is a dangerous thing to do. Bee stings to the mouth or throat in cat can prove to be fatal. The only trouble is somewhere along the line Charlie failed to get the memo.

Just yesterday I had to throw a small jug of water over Charlie before he would stop in his attempts to devour a sleepy bee! However this hasn't put him off his pursuit of the small and fuzzy. He has even on occasion brought them into the house so he can munch undisturbed by Lola. Is he at all concerned about the stress and worry he is causing? No....


Yeah, whatever!

Charlie here. In my defence I would just like to say that I am not taunting these bees. I am simply taking my job as protector of our house very seriously and anything the flies, scuttles, slithers or crawls will be dealt with in the more severe manner, including bees. It has nothing to do with the fact that they tickle my nose, or the fact they taste fuzzy and are nice and crunchy. That is all.

Thank you.


Charlie O'Marley x

20 comments:

  1. Oh, Charlie, now we will worry about you.......you need to leave those bees alone for your own safety.....we do have 9 lives, but why waste any of them on bees?????
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  2. I don't think it's a good idea to eat bees.

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  3. Oh noes, "bee" careful! They might look like fun to munch, but they will hurts you! Flies are much safer to munch!

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  4. Bees can make your paws double in size ... you don't feel well and you look silly for a while ... just saying

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  5. Charlie, leave the bees alone please. ~S,S,C & F

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  6. Charlie, your mom is right, DO NOT EAT BEES! A bee sting is very bad but even worse if it is after eating it! Your mom should show you over on Milo and Alfie's blog when Alfie got stung by the eye - it will make you think twice about eating anything with a stinger!

    But I will add that it is nice that you try and protect everyone from the bugs - because bugs are gross!

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  7. Yikes! Our mom is worried about you, Charlie. Please stay away from those bees - no matter how tasty they look!

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  8. Be carefurl Charlie!!! Them bee stings can really put a hurtin' on ya!!!

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  9. Charlie leave those bees alone. If one stings you it is going to hurt!!!

    Iris

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  10. Eat NEVER a bee :(
    They hurts you my sweetie !!!

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  11. I am afraid to say that I am the same. I chase anything buzzing and thats aslo bees. Mum shouts but I still do it.. Yikes they are good to chase.. Hugs GJ xx

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  12. Maybe you should eat the flowers, then the bees will stay away...

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  13. Charlie, that is not a good idea. Bees hurt lots when they sting you. I got stung when I was young and then I was afraid to go outdoors for several days after.
    Flynn

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  14. Charlie, I have only one thing to say to you and that is "BEE CAREFUL"!

    Charlie is probably only escaping harm because the bees are so sluggish. I'm just curious because I saw the same thing here. Does that mean they are about to die? I mean bees don't have a very long life span anyway, do they?

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  15. Charlie
    Bee careful!

    purrs
    Abby

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  16. Charlie! Do not... I repeat do not eat any bees. We don't want to come here and find out you got poisoned by a bee!

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  17. Oh... my friend, you are brave indeed, but please don't eat the bees!!!

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  18. Bees? I'm not a big fan.....careful of their nasty sting!

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  19. Be careful, Charlie! We do admire your protection dedication, though!

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