Broadband doesn't want to play ball tonight, and it took ten minutes for this photo to load. I will try loading another whilst I go downstairs . . . There we go. I don't know how old he is as he has a tail going brown, but his body isn't. I am guessing he is a youngish cat.
The front garden feeders on one of our apple trees. I counted about 20 birds in this shot, but there are lots more, visiting all day long. Plus we have another feeding station in the Damson tree in front of the kitchen window. A Sparrowhawk has been visiting that in the past week, but I think the feeders are situated so she can't get a clear flight through to grab a bird and carry on flying. It puts the wind up the wee birds though.
We had a little snow first thing. It didn't amount to much (thank heavens) and turned into "snow drizzle" for the rest of the day, which soon melted. The ponds weren't frozen, and I am hoping it doesn't freeze on the roads overnight as we MUST go into town tomorrow, and again on Tuesday, when I finally get to see my Respiratory Nurse and get to discuss my medication and the side-effects. I will get the results of my recent heart tests this week too.
Keep warm everyone.