Sunday, May 24, 2009

Sunday Dose of Cute: Sweet Strawberries & A Curious Cat


Topaz Inspects My Freshly Picked Breakfast

Just getting to know our Tough Tortie Topaz (aka 3T)?
1/21/08: How Topaz, Sarah Kate, and Mr. Midnight Came into Our Lives
1/29/08: Farmyard Kitty
6/20/08: Meet Our New Hay Inspector
8/18/08: Tractor Cat
9/4/08: Even Kitty Cats Need to Eat Their Greens

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homegrown strawberries as much as the turtles do.

8 comments:

  1. That's a terrific photo!

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  2. I tried to wish Cary Happy Birthday, but my computer would not let me....so I hope her feelings were not hurt..because i am totally in love with her....
    I have wild animals all over my small city backyard....I have a box turtle who has chosen to live with me awhile.....

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  3. Wow! what a beatiful picture!
    Thanks for sharing.

    and you can visit me if i can visit you:)
    Welcome! foodcreate

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  4. NUMMY...STRAWBERRIES AND SHORT-CAT!

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  5. I have many, many shots of my cats sticking their head in front of my camera when I'm trying to photograph cheese. I love the colors in this shot!

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  6. Ohhh, I hope you are having better luck with your strawberries then we are! This darn rain has rotted the underside before the tops can turn. Have a wonderful Memorial Day!!!

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  7. I just bought strawberries at the supermarket and they were the worst things. I'm so jealous of yours. Tell Topaz to back off - they're mine.

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  8. CountryMidwife5/25/2009 2:03 PM

    But who could blame a turtle?! Poor creature burdened with his home on his back. I find turtles rather pathetic and endearing. Grant him a few strawberries!

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