I would love to have a birdbath for them but our Puss Puss would commit murder too often then. She is the little huntress of the the three cats. She gets out there and hides, and lays waiting.
I talked to one of my friends the other day...I had not talked to her in a while, but had ran down to take her a couple of tomatoes from our garden. It was late evening and she was so sound asleep she did not hear me when I knocked on the door two or three times, nor when I walked in and set the tomatoes down.
She has two girl kitties. Neither are lap cats...they won't let me near them. Neither of them even like to sit in her lap, but one of them does come and get in bed with her when she goes to bed.
She has a cat door for them till they can come and go as they please. She was telling me that the other night before I was down there, she had went to bed and went to sleep. About 3:00a.m. they woke her up coming in...they came to her bedroom just meowing to each other and went under the bed. Which was weird. Then they started growling at each other.
So she rolled over, and I assume turned on a light. They came out from under her bed and one of them had a bird. Alive. So she jumps up and takes it away from them...and while holding it in one hand, had to get her clothes on with the other. Then took it out to behind her house to set it free. (she shut their cat door till the kitties could not get back out.) I got so tickled when she told me all of that.
She said they were always bringing her things...that this was the 7th bird this summer, besides, moths, butterflies and a dragonfly....