Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sunday Dose of Cute: Cats on Things

Cats on Things 1

Cats on Things 2

Cats on Things 3

Don't know these furry farm faces yet? That's Topaz on top, Mr. Midnight in the middle, and 15 year old, 3½ pound Molly Doodlebug (aka The Doodle Monster) on the bottom.

© 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the delicate pawed foodie farm blog where cats always seem so much happier when they're off the ground—even if it's only a couple of inches. One of my favorite photos (taken way back when I was still shooting with film) is of a black cat curled up in an old enamelware bowl, which was sitting in a slightly bigger enamelware bowl, which was sitting on a round patio table. That was one pleased pussycat. There is an exception to the happy cats on high rule: Smudge during leaf season.

5 comments:

  1. Oh cats... nature's first security guard.

    They love to be "on" things and "in" things. I used to love grocery day back when everybody used paper sacks. The cat would have so much fun throwing herself in the empty paper bags and scooting around on the floor.

    Sometimes I think we love our cats so because they remind us how important it is to play.

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  2. I used to have a lot of cats.

    I like your Mr Midnight the most. :)

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  3. Kitty babies make me smile at what they seem to get into (on)!

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  4. Hi Susan,
    I love your blog and find it very inspiring. Your recipes are great and your photos always put a smile on my face. I think that your blog is an inspiration for all of us who strive to live closer nature. I'm a cat lover myself, and my gourmet cat, Truffles, has become somewhat of a mascot for my food blog http://thechefrepublic.com/. Though she hasn't made an official appearance yet, she is always jumping into photos and tasting my experimental dishes. I will keep reading!

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  5. Cats love being up high. The top of a pickup or the top of the frig. Both are a perfect for cats who appreciate altitude over attitude.

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