Saturday, July 8

Weekend Cat Blogging #57

Cat Cabin With J2 & Tractor Peeking Through

Attention Cat Lovers! This Is Weekend Cat Blogging #57!
See fun feline photos & discover tasty new food blogs. Visit my pal Clare & her crazy cat Kiri over at
Eat Stuff in Australia for all the links to this week's kitties. For more cute cat pics, catch the traveling Carnival Of The Cats each Sunday night. And the weekly Friday Ark boards everything from cats to bats.


  1. I just love your blog!

    Have you ever told us about the Cat Cabin? What is it? Where is it? Do just cats live there? It sounds cool... I'd like to hear more about it.

  2. Morning Farmgirl! Such a cute kitty face peeking thru those boards. does j2 let you love on him or is he an aloof kind of kitty?

    Happy Day to you!

  3. I just love that picture! It's perfect.

  4. man, that is one pissed off looking cat.

  5. What a cool picture! Looks like it should be a cover for a children's book! And the cat's looking a little put off...

  6. Hi Jen,
    Thanks so much. Um, I'm sure I've mentioned a few things about the cat cabin in some comment section somewhere, but I would be glad to write a little more about it--hopefully later today. I just popped on here for a sec now (Cary awaits!) because of the concerned folks who think J2 is pissed off. : )

    In the meantime, if you click on "Cat Cabin" in the photo caption you can see a reflection of the entire cabin. And if you click here you'll find several links to photos that include Cat Cabin in the caption--if you want to see more of it.

    Hi Heather,
    Oh J2 is very sweet and friendly to me, but he definitely prefers to hang out with his super good buddy, New Cat. They are just the best of friends and are pretty much always together.

    And re your comment from yesterday: luck! luck! luck! luck! : )

    Hi Sher,

    Hi Maltese Parakeet & Jeph,
    You aren't the first ones to mention J2's seemingly mad/serious/huffy stare.

    Not to worry--that's just how he looks. Really. All the time. Even when he's purring up a storm. This cat just doesn't smile.

    Believe me, he's extremely happy in this photo. Why wouldn't he be? He has his own cabin! (Well, he shares it with New Cat).

    A little more about the cabin later (I hope).

  7. I was inspired to do a little "Weekend Cat Blogging" of my own. I always enjoy your farm pictures and the kitchen garden ones too - but you were a little mean to that poor tomato plant (LOL) From one farmgirl to another - Have a happy day! Tina

  8. Hello Susan,
    It was nice to find your net country corner. I do love all your pictures and I really ejoyed my visit. I added your URL to my links because I would like to visit your site. Nice Sunday :)

  9. I love the face of J2! He's definitely very cute although he looks a little annoyed on that picture...

  10. Great picture Susan. You are so talented in many different ways.

    More on the cat cabin!

  11. Cats look so much cuter when they're outside! I wish that I could let mine roam free, but I think that now we're in CO, there are wild animals that might make a meal out of them. Your cats aren't bothered by the natural predators? Or do they come in at night?

  12. Hiya J2! I love the peekaboo kitty look.


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