Friday, March 15, 2013

"Fun Finds" Friday

 This is a random gathering of pet-related things we thought you might find interesting. 
(Okay, and a lot of it is from Mommy's snoop time on Pinterest!)

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We have Kjelle Bus (aka Charlie Rascal) to thank for this one!

Straight from Sweden, this is the Globe Window Birdfeeder. A suction cup adheres it to the outside of a window, and can provide hours of kitty enjoyment.

As soon as we saw it, we knew it was a must-have for  us. The Bird TV Channel is pretty popular around here, so this will be like installing the kitty version of an IMAX 3D Theater in our home!

To see this little beauty in action, take a look here at Kjelle Bus' photo - you can see how entranced he is by the Real Deal!
You can buy this online at Gardener's Supply Company for only $19.95.

Thanks, Kjelle Bus, for blazing the trail!


  1. Blimey for a minute we did not realise there was a window. Very cool but you always find great things. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. Oh my, Alfie and Mollie would go nuts if they could see the bird at the window, would be a laugh.. They go mad at the birds on the feeder..Have a wonderful Friday, might check it out for Mum though :) xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  3. Interesting! I can only see birds flying when Momma takes me out the balcony every morning. I wondered what those flying thingy were... They're birds!

  4. That would be a hit over here! We just hope it does turn into horror channel (crows).

  5. FaRADaY: We can't wait for ours to arrive!! Bird TV in IMAX 3D!

  6. We had two here--not this model but one that could fit one bird, and then a six-seater, just like a regular bird feeder, both clinging to the window. This was back with Cookie and Kelly and Namir, and they actually scared the birds away! Kelly would sit with her face right behind the little feeder and no bird in its right mind would land there! I converted them to hanging ones and moved them just a little away from the window.

  7. That looks pretty cool. I am wondering if the birds would scare easily so close to the window though.


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