I love Smudge's markings.
Oooohhh, Smudge is absolutely gorgeous! That's really a nice cat with a cute face...
Smudge is beautiful :)
...and the things that aren't cute are beautiful...
What a perfect name! And, a perfect mane!
How wonderful! So glad to have come across your little blog...
Such an exotic face!
What a beautifull cat. We have a rescue cat also,I shall get busy with my camera.
What a beautiful kitty. I dearly love long haired cats. If I didn't live in the city, I would have more cats!
Yes, along with everyone else--I thinks she's beautiful. I love when a cat has unusual marks like that on their face.
Ah! Smudge face! She's had her head in a vat of cookie dough one too many times....
Oh! Smudge? That was the name of the cat my mom had when she was a teen. Your Smudge sure is pretty.
Shall I add this one of smusge to the COTC banner? Let me know. -ls
Seriously, I commented this on one of your other posts, but he really looks like my Charles. Right down to a smudge of color by his nose, only Charles's is one the other side.
I named my fourth cat Smudgy and my sister said, Oh, no, that's so mean! Now I don't feel so bad about it. (She--the cat, not my sister--is a "tabby-point Siamese", no breed I ever heard of, but with a few misplaced smudges of tabby elsewhere. Thanks for all your great recipes, too! I'm a city woman who was raised to be a farm girl, so on my 1-acre patch, I grow a ton of veggies and flowers and dream of living in southern Missouri on...was that 240 acres?...
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