Sunday, February 20, 2011

Sunday Dose of Cute: One, Two. . .

Anyone can join in the Great Backyard Bird Count (It's going on now!)

Even our Tough Tortie Topaz (aka 3T):
(click here to see all these posts on one long page)
1/21/08:
How Topaz, Sarah Kate, and Mr. Midnight Came into Our Lives
8/18/08: Tractor Cat
8/24/09: Happy Cat
6/15/10: Hangin' Out
10/24/10: Cats on Things
2/3/11: Ice Capades


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4 comments:

  1. Oh, Miss Topaz sounds like way too much fun and full of mischief! Who can blame her for licking the frosting or having a small glass of wine? :)

    Now, on to Donkeyland!

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  2. Your 3T stands for something entirely different than our 3T stood for when we had a cat on Kwajalein! Our 3T was a Terribly Tubby Tabby!!

    But we loved him enough to leave him behind when we PCS'd back to the States. He never could have survived in modern traffic and would not be confined to a house!

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  3. Patti in Seattle2/21/2011 4:53 PM

    I'm looking at the photo of your cat and thinking that she's identical to my tortie who is called "Checkers" because she has a face that is bisected light and dark from her nose to her chin. She's a big cat who loves to eat although she was a runt as a rescue bottle baby and almost didn't make it. I really enjoy the photos of all your animals - the love for them is very apparent in every one.

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  4. Oh my goodness--I wonder if it's a tortie thing? Our tortie Lucy is a food thief in general, but loves bread best of all... she'll go through anything to get it. Needless to say, all of the bread in our house is well hidden!

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