Saturday, December 10

Weekend Cat Blogging #27

A Little Snowstorm Can't Keep Patchy Cat From Running The Farm

Attention Cat Lovers! It's time for Weekend Cat Blogging #27!
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  1. He doesnt even look cold!!!!

  2. Yeah,isnt she feeling cold?Cutie..:)

  3. Hi Farmgirl! Just a note to say I'm back online...and at a new location - - same blog, same site, different location & a layout in progress ... am we masochists to do all this?>
    Wish we had snow here...Wellington was very envious of the photo (although he spends most of his time inside when it's super-cold!). Finally got a new-to-me laptop - he is under strict orders to keep his distance!

  4. Great picture! Check out Eli on my post yesterday -- they both look like they enjoy the snow. :)

    And speaking of enjoying, you've been tagged. Have fun! Top 10 Favorite Foods

  5. Oh man, my cats shiver just looking at that picture :)

  6. what a great pic. I felt like I was there.

  7. Awww, Patchy Cat is so hardworking. If I saw snow, I will run away as I'm a tropical kitty. Please give him a big hug for me to warm up.

    Lots of love

    Boo the cat

  8. Patchy Cat is one tough cookie! I used to have a feral cat friend named Ozzie (well, he became less feral and more friendly over time) who used to sit in the snow and cry pitifully. I would go out with a towel and rub him down, but he didn't have enough sense to get out of the snow.


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