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An Eagle, A Fox And My Cat All Getting Along Fine On My Porch

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  1. Im guessing they realize there is massive amounts of radiation in that snow thats falling, so the fox and eagle want to come inside OUT of the fukushima snow.

  2. Also what I say is this! Stop eating MEAT! You are full of the „kill“ and you crave it. This is not judging you…it is advising you. Do you want to be evil or divine? The choice is yours. Carnivores ingest the fear of the kill. It is poison. Namaste

  3. Also what I say is this! Stop eating MEAT! You are full of the „kill“ and you crave it. This is not judging you…it is advising you. Do you want to be evil or divine? The choice is yours. Carnivores ingest the fear of the kill. It is poison. Namaste

  4. Unlike you, I happen to be a real Indian. So I’m immune to this nonsense perception of what India and Indian philosophies are that Western „spiritualists“ seem to hold.

    (hint: we’re not a magical people)

    Oh, and namaste! You pretentious dick, that’s a greeting, not as a badge to display how „spiritual“ you are.

  5. Unlike you, I happen to be a real Indian. So I’m immune to this nonsense perception of what India and Indian philosophies are that Western „spiritualists“ seem to hold.

    (hint: we’re not a magical people)

    Oh, and namaste! You pretentious dick, that’s a greeting, not as a badge to display how „spiritual“ you are.

  6. i used to work in dutch harbor and so walking around in the wind and snow in unalaska was awesome! aside from no trees, big hills, an airport and grocery store, the only other thing there was to look at were all the eagles. 🙂 that is one place i will not soon forget! lol

  7. i used to work in dutch harbor and so walking around in the wind and snow in unalaska was awesome! aside from no trees, big hills, an airport and grocery store, the only other thing there was to look at were all the eagles. 🙂 that is one place i will not soon forget! lol

  8. i used to work in dutch harbor and so walking around in the wind and snow in unalaska was awesome! aside from no trees, big hills, an airport and grocery store, the only other thing there was to look at were all the eagles. 🙂 that is one place i will not soon forget! lol

  9. i used to work in dutch harbor and so walking around in the wind and snow in unalaska was awesome! aside from no trees, big hills, an airport and grocery store, the only other thing there was to look at were all the eagles. 🙂 that is one place i will not soon forget! lol

  10. i used to work in dutch harbor and so walking around in the wind and snow in unalaska was awesome! aside from no trees, big hills, an airport and grocery store, the only other thing there was to look at were all the eagles. 🙂 that is one place i will not soon forget! lol

  11. i used to work in dutch harbor and so walking around in the wind and snow in unalaska was awesome! aside from no trees, big hills, an airport and grocery store, the only other thing there was to look at were all the eagles. 🙂 that is one place i will not soon forget! lol

  12. i used to work in dutch harbor and so walking around in the wind and snow in unalaska was awesome! aside from no trees, big hills, an airport and grocery store, the only other thing there was to look at were all the eagles. 🙂 that is one place i will not soon forget! lol

  13. Actually we have lots of different birds and ducks here to look for and seals, otters, sealions, whales, a huge variety of wildflowers, and all the different (as in the different ages- makes them look different) eagles and fox to look at. It’s a different place, that is for sure. And I must not forget going out to Morris Cove to look for the wild horses! Thanks for watching my videos!

  14. Actually we have lots of different birds and ducks here to look for and seals, otters, sealions, whales, a huge variety of wildflowers, and all the different (as in the different ages- makes them look different) eagles and fox to look at. It’s a different place, that is for sure. And I must not forget going out to Morris Cove to look for the wild horses! Thanks for watching my videos!

  15. Actually we have lots of different birds and ducks here to look for and seals, otters, sealions, whales, a huge variety of wildflowers, and all the different (as in the different ages- makes them look different) eagles and fox to look at. It’s a different place, that is for sure. And I must not forget going out to Morris Cove to look for the wild horses! Thanks for watching my videos!

  16. Actually we have lots of different birds and ducks here to look for and seals, otters, sealions, whales, a huge variety of wildflowers, and all the different (as in the different ages- makes them look different) eagles and fox to look at. It’s a different place, that is for sure. And I must not forget going out to Morris Cove to look for the wild horses! Thanks for watching my videos!

  17. Actually we have lots of different birds and ducks here to look for and seals, otters, sealions, whales, a huge variety of wildflowers, and all the different (as in the different ages- makes them look different) eagles and fox to look at. It’s a different place, that is for sure. And I must not forget going out to Morris Cove to look for the wild horses! Thanks for watching my videos!

  18. Actually we have lots of different birds and ducks here to look for and seals, otters, sealions, whales, a huge variety of wildflowers, and all the different (as in the different ages- makes them look different) eagles and fox to look at. It’s a different place, that is for sure. And I must not forget going out to Morris Cove to look for the wild horses! Thanks for watching my videos!

  19. Actually we have lots of different birds and ducks here to look for and seals, otters, sealions, whales, a huge variety of wildflowers, and all the different (as in the different ages- makes them look different) eagles and fox to look at. It’s a different place, that is for sure. And I must not forget going out to Morris Cove to look for the wild horses! Thanks for watching my videos!

  20. Well, Ray William Johnson says I am but I haven’t seen those 7 dwarfs around here anywhere to help me here so I am beginning to wonder if I really am! LOL  Thanks for watching my videos!

  21. Well, Ray William Johnson says I am but I haven’t seen those 7 dwarfs around here anywhere to help me here so I am beginning to wonder if I really am! LOL Thanks for watching my videos!

  22. Well, Ray William Johnson says I am but I haven’t seen those 7 dwarfs around here anywhere to help me here so I am beginning to wonder if I really am! LOL Thanks for watching my videos!

  23. Well, Ray William Johnson says I am but I haven’t seen those 7 dwarfs around here anywhere to help me here so I am beginning to wonder if I really am! LOL Thanks for watching my videos!

  24. Well, Ray William Johnson says I am but I haven’t seen those 7 dwarfs around here anywhere to help me here so I am beginning to wonder if I really am! LOL Thanks for watching my videos!

  25. Well, Ray William Johnson says I am but I haven’t seen those 7 dwarfs around here anywhere to help me here so I am beginning to wonder if I really am! LOL Thanks for watching my videos!

  26. Well, Ray William Johnson says I am but I haven’t seen those 7 dwarfs around here anywhere to help me here so I am beginning to wonder if I really am! LOL Thanks for watching my videos!

  27. It is believed that foxes where „Man’s best friend“ during the pre-history or so I read in national geographic… I have always wanted one.

  28. It is believed that foxes where „Man’s best friend“ during the pre-history or so I read in national geographic… I have always wanted one.

  29. It is believed that foxes where „Man’s best friend“ during the pre-history or so I read in national geographic… I have always wanted one.

  30. It is believed that foxes where „Man’s best friend“ during the pre-history or so I read in national geographic… I have always wanted one.

  31. You could totally read t‘ fox’s expression: it’s cold & snowing, let me in.
    If stupid cavemen could domesticate horses, cats & dogs then why can’t we do it today with other animals?

  32. You could totally read t‘ fox’s expression: it’s cold & snowing, let me in.
    If stupid cavemen could domesticate horses, cats & dogs then why can’t we do it today with other animals?

  33. Hopefully not! They put up a special meter to monitor the air here and had a person watching it all the time and determined that we did not get any radiation from that. Hopefully they are correct!

  34. Yes, I did! There is a story behind it. I posted the story in my earlier comments. When Suitcase was 1 day old (and the runt of the litter) his mom hid him in a suitcase to die! I looked all over for him and found him in the suitcase up on a shelf and the top was unzipped so she was able to hide him in there. He was too weak to join the litter so I had to feed him kitten formula with a dropper for 4 days until he got strong enough to join the litter and then ofcourse after all that I had to

  35. keep him! I was able to take him to work in a basket with an electric heating pad and feed him every hour. He is a little mentally challenged but he is the best! He has always thought I was his mom! LOL He’s a special cat.

  36. That is funny! No, the cats are outside because I would put them out for just a little while if the weather permits because it’s good for them to get out and get some fresh air and hopefully some of their fur will shed out there instead of all over my house! Some days in winter I don’t even let them out but alot of days I will open the front door and they want to go out. I did have a flood from my water heater but the cats didn’t get wet. I wouldn’t let a fox in my house either!

  37. Someone posted a really cute video of two fox on their trampoline! It is worth watching for sure! The fox has on that fur coat and is plenty warm. I bet a fox would overheat in a warm house! If you look at some of my videos you will see how they loose their fur coats in the summer because it is too warm for them. They are made for the winter weather here.

  38. I have no rats or mice (Geroge the stray cat lives under my house and I am sure he makes sure of that) but we do have lemmings and other little critters that my cats catch all the time in the summer. They all live in the hills by my house. There is plenty of rodents and fish for the animals to eat here.

  39. I try to talk to them in a voice that makes them trust me. I know that might sound crazy to people who don’t talk to animals but they really do go by the tone of your voice when they don’t know what you are really saying!

  40. They were designed to be out in the winter weather of Alaska. But I do feel sorry for them sometimes especially when I see the eagles in their nest and it is blowing 100 mph! And pouring rain and blowing sideways rain!

  41. i’ve actually been to alaska before- fairbanks, denali, and a couple of cities along the southeast. weather’s pretty crazy in some places! must be…interesting to live there haha

  42. Oh okay, just helping you. I hate it when people randomly yell animal abuse. If what you’re doing is abusive, I should be arrested. I’ve let my cats out when it’s sunny go to work and come home to see that it’s raining and I’ve left the outside! How horrible is that!? I’m just kidding, but I understand about the fur shedding, I have a domestic long hair and now that it’s reaching summer she leaves tumble-weeds of fur.

  43. That’s fine. Yea, I found out last year I am allergic to cats! I have always had cats! So I need them to shed outside more! LOL I even had to get rid of my couch because they loved sleeping on it and leaving fur everywhere and it was the kind of material that attracted the fur! I have a hole on the side of my house where the cats can get under my house to get cover if the weather is raining or snowing. It’s them that wants to go out mostly. Have a nice day!

  44. That’s fine. Yea, I found out last year I am allergic to cats! I have always had cats! So I need them to shed outside more! LOL I even had to get rid of my couch because they loved sleeping on it and leaving fur everywhere and it was the kind of material that attracted the fur! I have a hole on the side of my house where the cats can get under my house to get cover if the weather is raining or snowing. It’s them that wants to go out mostly. Have a nice day!

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