Sunday, June 07, 2009

Sunday Dose of Cute: Beauty and Grace
(And a Scary Little Corner of The Shack)


Mr. Midnight on the Roof







And off the Roof

Fancy some more feline photos?
Topaz
Patchy Cat
Smudge
Sarah Kit Kat Kate
Mr. Midnight
Sylvester
J2
New Cat
Molly Doodlebug (aka The Doodle Monster)

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8 comments:

  1. I see he almost used up one of his nine lives.

    Stay Cozy on your Farm, Carrie

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  2. You don't tell us how high the roof is!!

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  3. Do you still have Bear???

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  4. Thank you for putting my fears to rest! I was wondering if he jumped all the way to the ground or not. Beautiful kitty that Mr. Midnight.

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  5. Mr. Midnight looks very graceful!

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  6. It's cat on a hot tin roof!

    Sorry, couldn't resist. :)

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  7. What beautiful pictures! He looks so graceful, especially in that last one.

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  8. Very cool action shot!

    my word verification today is: devil
    what?, really?

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