Moths are tough to identify, with so many variations, but I think it's some type of Underwing, or False Underwing or whatever:http://www.carolinanature.com/moths/moth9468.jpghttp://www.carolinanature.com/moths/moth2941.jpghttp://www.carolinanature.com/moths/moth2167.jpg
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Is that Toots?
Wow Gratuitous, thanks for those links- the moth looks most like the first and last pics, the middle one is more brown. Moths have so many rad variations. :)Hope to be getting quicker internet here soon, and hopefully I can use some field guides online to understand more of the functions of all these creatures.Susie!That is not my baby Toots, but another cat who lives at the house I moved to ... she's all yellow and her name is Lily. She's older, drools when you pet her, rubs her face on any outstretched hand, and is a killer. She kills everything.Toots is like the Ghandi of cats, she never kills much of anything beyond a few bugs - she watches but kinda lacks Lily's bloodlust.
I thought she looked different and I couldn't remember what side of Toots face was what color. I used to have a drooler, not the most endearing characteristic. I hope Lily is kind to Toots.
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