Saturday, July 16, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 7/16/05


Patchy Cat Guards The Sheep From His Perch On The Barn Gate
(And when you open & close the gate, he happily rides back & forth)


Attention Cat Lovers!
It's time for Weekend Cat Blogging #6!
Food Bloggers unite each week and share pictures of our favorite felines.See cute cat photos and discover yummy food blogs.We'd love to have you join us. Just send your permalink in a comment to me or to Clare at
Eat Stuff

This week, check out
Taffy & Kiri (getting along!) at Eat Stuff, the cute Minnaloushe at Tigers and Strawberries, and the shy Boo in Malaysia who is joining us for the first time this weekend from Masak Masak.

2 comments:

  1. finish with farm chores?hmm it never end doesnt it I want to be a cat too riding back and forth the closing gate HAPPY WEEKEND

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  2. Patchy Cat can be the next sheepcat! Maybe they'll make a movie about her just like Babe the pig.

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