Friday, June 23, 2006

Weekend Cat Blogging #55


Evening Sun Catches New Cat In The Cat Cabin

One of the reasons we call him New Cat is because each season he changes into a whole new cat. Click
here and here to see some of his different looks.

Attention Cat Lovers! This Is Weekend Cat Blogging #55!
See fun feline photos & discover tasty new food blogs. Visit my pal Clare & her cool cat Kiri over at
Eat Stuff in Australia for all the links to this week's kitties. For more cute cat pics, catch the traveling Carnival Of The Cats each Sunday night. And the weekly Friday Ark boards everything from felines to fireflies.

6 comments:

  1. Oh! He looks like a proud lion! Look at that mane!

    I do so love that I've found your blog. I read every day, just to hear about your amazing life (it's amazing to me, at least!) And I just love the photos. They brighten my day. :)

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  2. Great blog and very pleasant photos!!!
    Would love to paint some of the country scenes.

    Cheers, Deb.

    P.S. I would have put one of my cats (we have 2)photos up but don't know how to.

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  3. such a great site! i added you to my sidebar so i'll be sure to come back and visit often. i don't live on a farm but i'm definitely not from a big city. sometimes i'd love to move but most of the time there's no where i'd rather be. small town living isn't as bad as it seems!

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  4. Hi Tygher Knits,
    He is such a regal looking cat--even in the summer. We are so fortunate that he literally just appeared on the farm one day. That's the only time a cat has done that in the 16 years that Joe has lived here. Not surprising since the closest farm is a couple of miles away. He's skittish (and terrified of the dogs) but a real sweetheart. And so soft! : )

    Thanks for the kind words about my blog. Always nice to hear that my photos brighten someone's day!

    Hi Deb,
    Thank you and welcome to the farm. Putting up photos isn't too hard once you get the hang of it. Go to the Blogger help section for detailed instructions, and then you can join in Weekend Cat Blogging. : )

    Hi Ashley,
    Thanks and welcome to the farm to you, too! Small town living isn't bad at all. Well, I assume it isn't. The closest town (which is very, very tiny) is 10 miles away. Sometimes we wonder if we could ever survive in a city again (Joe actually used to live in Miami for years and years if you can believe that). Doubt it. : )

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  5. I am very glad tae know I am nae the only cat blogger! I love the idea o' a Cat Cabin hehe! But mine have 8 barns tae haunt so they are ok...

    Love the pics! (all o' them, no just the pusses!)

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