Saturday, February 25, 2006

Weekend Cat Blogging #38: Purrfectly Content


New Cat Hanging Out Of The Snowy Cat Cabin

Attention Cat Lovers! This Is Weekend Cat Blogging #38!
See fun feline photos & discover yummy new food blogs. Visit my pal Clare & her
crazy cat Kiri at Eat Stuff in Australia for all the links to this week's kitties. We'd love to have you join us. Just leave your permalink in a comment at Eat Stuff.

For even more pussycat pics, be sure to catch the traveling
Carnival Of The Cats each Sunday night. And the weekly Friday Ark features everything from dogs & ducks to cats & caterpillars.

12 comments:

  1. I sure wish my hair would fluffy up like that...

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  2. New Cat looks comfortable as only a cat in an awkward position can pull off somehow!

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  3. I don't know if I'd want my hair to fluff like that, but hair that thick could be nice for a change. Magnificent coat.

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  4. I hate to see the hair he'd leave on a black jacket come spring!

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  5. Your life sounds fascinating...and what a switch!

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  6. He's looking so fluffy and handsome! Quite the looker.

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  7. He is absolutely gorgeous! And I hear that big hair is making a comeback!

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  8. Oooh, he's majestuously beautiful!!!

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  9. Oh I love the fur coat! Wonder if new cat is a Leo?

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  10. Beautiful kitty! Doesn't look nearly as psychotic as mine! ;)

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  11. Hi Jeff,
    I shudder to think. . .

    Hi Shannon,
    I know. I don't know how they pull it off either. It seems like he's defying gravity and yet does look comfortable.

    Hi B'Gina,
    He just keeps getting fluffier!

    Hi Clare,
    You don't even own a jacket!

    Hi Sky,
    Welcome to the farm! Yep, it's been a definite switch alright. Quite a ride. : )

    Hi Sunidesus,
    It's a good thing we don't live in a neighborhood full of cats because I'm sure that all the girls would never leave him alone. : )

    Hi Kross-Eyed Kitty,
    LOL, that's great news about the big hair. Well, not for Jeff. . .

    Hi Rosa,
    He definitely has a certain regalness about him when he's wearing his winter coat.

    Hi Sarah,
    No, aside from a humongous fear of the dogs (which means he only spends about thirty seconds a day on the ground), he is quite a mellow fellow. It's The Doodle Monster who's the psychotic one around here.

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  12. Hi Riana,
    I don't know how I skipped you. I also don't know what sign New Cat is--or even how old he is. He just showed up one day and decided that this seemed like an okay place so he moved into the cat cabin with J2, who was thrilled (and who, like New Cat, just showed up one day at my old farm and stayed). This was several years ago, and they have been best buddies from day one. It's really cute.

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