Saturday, December 31

Weekend Cat Blogging #30

How To Stay Warm If You're Not A Super Fluff

The boys love their new wool bed in The Cat Cabin--even if it is bright pink. (What was I thinking?) That's extra wool piled up behind them.

Attention Cat Lovers! This Is Weekend Cat Blogging #30!
See fun feline photos & discover yummy new food blogs. Visit my pal Clare & her crazy cat Kiri at
Eat Stuff in Australia for all the links to this week's kitties. And for more pussycat pics, catch the traveling Carnival Of The Cats each Sunday night.


  1. Oh no, there's two of them! They are so bloody cute.

    Happy New Year ~ hope 2006 is full of good things.

  2. Awe! I love the one with his nose stuffed under him!

    Have a beautiful day FarmGirl.

  3. It is the complete opposite here! Kiri is trying to stay cool.

    I can't wait to know you for another year my dear!

  4. They are so sweet all cuddled up together!

  5. That's the perfect thing to do these [cold] days, cuddle up on a cozy blanket and snooze away.

    All the best Susan for the new year!

    PS: I didn't notice it was weekend cat blogging (as a non cat-owner), but coincidentally I was lucky in meeting Snowwhite the other day...who made it in the new year's post

  6. Happy New Year Auntie Susan, hunky cowboy, dogs, sheep, kitties and all the other farm animals. It looks cold over there - we have also been getting slightly cold weather with the rains and I am snuggling up with Mum.

    Lots of love

    Boo the cat

  7. Nice feathers, boys.

  8. They are so cute! Hope your New Year is grand!

  9. Aren't they a couple of big cuddly fellows. Who cares what color the bed, when it's warm and soft?


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