Monday, January 17, 2011

Monday Dose of Cute: Looking for Kit Kat Kate's Food Dish

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It used to be on this table in the front yard.

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But then we relocated it.

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I'll give you two guesses why.

Sarah Kit Kat Kate—who decided she was an outdoor cat last June and has been back in The Shack for a total of about 10 minutes since—isn't always contending with chickens. You can see more of what she's up to and get to know her better here.

6 comments:

  1. KIt Kat Kate calls in detective chickens Homes&What's On.

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  2. I still think it is funny to see "my cat Pelle" in your pictures. Or at least his twin-sister ;)

    We have (almost) decided that we want chickens. Every little corner of the approx. 7000 square feet of our city garden is being put to use (I still dream of moving to the country) ;)
    I wonder how Pelle and the other two cats will react when they meet the chickens. I bet Lizzy will chase them. She will chase anything that moves, even huge black billed magpies, so why not a chicken... We'd better go for Orpingtons ;)

    ~ Karina

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  3. Haha! That's cool. So they are used to use the same dish.

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  4. Your Kit Kat Kate is a twin to my Micky Mouse. But Micky prefers teh comforts of the house, especially sleeping in the middle of the bed.

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  5. She looks just like my Putter Jean.

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  6. I love how you tell a story with pictures!

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