Monday, December 19, 2011

Monday Dose of Cute: A Roasty Toasty Spot

Molly Doodlebug tucked into vintage black metal stool -
For an itty bitty kitty

When I scooped up this cute little vintage step stool at a junk mall a few months ago, I knew it would come in handy, but I never thought it would become a cozy solar cat bunk for 16-year-old, 3½ pound Molly Doodlebug. I may have to rethink my plans to repaint it.

Wishing you a warm and happy week wherever you're spending it!

More Molly? Here.
More farm cats? Here.

©, back in black and always up for a little catnap.


  1. absolutely keep your painting paws off Molly's new cozy spot - a mature cat needs her warm space! critters do find the best (often oddest) places to be confortable!

  2. I thought she was in a toaster-oven!

  3. 3 1/2 lbs? Itty bitty kitty! That's just adorable. I had a cat once that weighed 24 lbs. It would be funny to see them next to each other.

  4. That is just precious! What a great spot for a winter nap!

  5. A dark blue or purple would complement the orange of the cat.


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