Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge – Curious Critters

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Wednesday Challenge from partner Susan and myself is CURIOUS CRITTERS.

This week Susan and I encourage you to grab your cameras and take a stroll outdoors to discover if such a curious critter resides near your own home. It might be fun, adventurous and above all informative.

As always our challenge is flexible,  feel free to do it your way. Words, Pictures, Poetry or Rhyme.

Please tag #Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge


A curious pup, following whoever was walking by!

A cat without a home, but claiming home wherever she was fed.

This curious squirrel was sampling an apple!


Curiosity didn’t killed the cat

It rather landed him in uncomfortable spot

Up on the curtain railings or stuck under a chest of drawers

Sometimes he runs outside to check out the open outdoors

Just like a toddler who’s found it’s feet

Our kitten also behaves like a little explorer

Often we have to rescue him from the self-induced predicaments

Yet his cuteness is his biggest asset when he’s done something wrong




34 thoughts on “Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge – Curious Critters

  1. I think cute was gifted to children and pets to keep us from killing them! I can’t tell you how many times I had to discipline my kids and had to run into another room to stifle my laughter. My cats and dog are also adorable. No longer kittens or puppy but they can capture our attention with antics that can have us laughing so hard we have tear rolling down our faces.
    Beautiful pics and love the kitten. Our ginger is named Teddy. When he was a kitten we called him trouble, because he knew where to find it!

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    1. Lol! What a nice thing to say. Just now my daughter was disciplining her 27 month old daughter, who was telling her to be happy and smile. We barely could stifle our laughter 😂

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