Sunday, September 05, 2010

Sunday Dose of Cute: Head of the Itty Bitty Kitty Committee

Molly Doodlebug on the back step
Molly Doodlebug on the Shack Back Steps, Intently Watching Something

Want a bigger picture of this little cat?
(Click here to see all these posts on one long page)
4/1/06: Double Image
5/18/06: Big Day for a Little Lamb (scroll down to see Doodle)
12/16/09: Busted
8/17/10: What?

© 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the fur faced foodie farm blog where I realized the other day that my 15-year-old Doodle Monster, who spent the afternoon sunning herself in the greenhouse, feels lighter than her longtime 4½ pound fighting weight—so I put her in a bowl on the kitchen scale (I love that thing). She's down to just over 3½ pounds. Itty bitty, but all attitude.

6 comments:

  1. She looks positively "demonic"! Look at those eyes!

    If she was looking at my ankles that way I'd be running away screaming.

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  2. Hiya Molly! You look like you're giving someone the evil eye? I guess it is the photographer?

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  3. What a beautiful kitty!! She is such a tiny little thing. Is she healthy, 'cuz losing a whole pound on a tiny girl like that is a lot!

    Give her a lot of love from me - she's precious!

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  4. As head staffperson to two cats, I have been instructed to tell you that they are extremely disturbed that you seem to have a decided preference for donkeys over the more important members of your farm. Donkeys are all well and good, but they can't match kitties in the purring department and they don't keep you warm at night. (neither do they cough up fur balls, but don't tell them I said that.) More kitty photos are demanded! Equal time for kitties!

    /ahem

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  5. Dang, that is a LOOK! Makes me want to apologize for something and go scrambling for the kitty treats :)

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  6. As my baby sister would say "I just luvs her!".

    She's so tiny and cute.

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