Saturday, December 03, 2005

Weekend Cat Blogging #26


New Cat Sports A New Look For Winter

Click
here to see him just a month ago.
Click
here to see his sleek summer style.

Attention Cat Lovers! It's time for Weekend Cat Blogging #26!
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11 comments:

  1. He looks like he's in lion-mode :) Very cute pic! Happy Saturday, FG!

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  2. Absolutely shades of lion there. Love the colour (but you knew that alsready).

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  3. My goodness he has a lot of fur. Guess that will keep him warm in the cat house. We are having some really beautiful weather there, thankfully! It's great fire and knitting weather.

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  4. Aren't they magnificent with their winter coats? What a doll!

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  5. I think New Cat is smiling.

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  6. New Cat is just gorgeous. Squirt is jealous!

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  7. Hi Jeff,
    That's what I thought. I love the big fur ring/mane thing around his neck that suddenly just appears. : )

    Hi Linda,
    I can't put up a picture of New Cat without thinking of you. : )

    Hi Vickie,
    What doesn't seem fair (and what I never really understand) is that J2 and Patchy Cat don't get to fluff up much at all, being short haired. I suppose maybe they're just tougher? That or freezing to death all winter. : )

    Hi B'Gina,
    'Magnificent' is a good word. So regal. And soooo soft.

    Hi Leigh,
    I told you he smiled once in a while! : )

    Hi Laurie,
    The best thing about New Cat is that he doesn't realize what a hunk he is, so he doesn't act all snooty around the other cats. Though I suppose that would be different if there were some cute girl cats outside. : )

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  8. What a cute kitty! I love your site. My kitty is a 6 pounder but with her winter fur looks really big.

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  9. New Cat is gorgeous and like a lion for sure!

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  10. that is so amazing how his coat puffed up so much...next time my cat is accused of being fat i'll just have to blame it on the season...

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  11. Oh, is that why my coat puffs up when I am cold? Now I know and I can tell Mum, I ain't becoz I'm fat - it's just the cold weather.

    Lots of love

    Boo the cat

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