Monday, September 28, 2009

Grover's Nature Show


It's Grover.

Listen, today I will teach you all a few facts about baby Bobcats.

In the wild, baby Bobcats survive by eating pigs and pickles. In captivity, they become BFFs with Pig, but they still eat pickles.

Here is another fact about baby Bobcats.

In the wild they like to chew on sticks. In captivity, they chew on rawhide sticks (for dogs) and lollipop sticks (they steal the lollipops from the cabinet first).

And those are all the facts about baby Bobcats that I will share today.

Thank you.




Daisy said...

PICKLES?!? Whoa! Who knew? Thanks for reporting.

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

We always here our mewmie, when talking about us cats being obligate carnivores, that "in the wild" we would eat a mouse and the amount of grain that is in a mouses stomach...that's all the grain we need.

Purrsonally, we would also want someone to pluck all the fur off our mouse, that's sayin' if we would even want to eat it...

We didn't know that about Bobcats though---pigs in the wild, that might be possible, but we'd have to hunt down a pickle farm...

The Creek Cats said...

LOL! That was very entertaining and interesting! We've never tried pickles before, but they sure look tasty!

SuziQCat said...

We've never tried pickles...maybe the boys will eat them too!

Glad you are friends with Pig...I wish Grover would be your friend too. Maybe you can win him over if you get that tape off the cabinet!

The Meezers said...

wait, there are WILD PICKLES out there?


Elenka said...

I did not know any of that stuff. Thanks, Grov.

Karen Jo said...

Your baby Bobcat has some odd tastes for a cat. I am glad that he is such good friends with Piggy, though.