Sunday, April 19

Sunday Dose of Cute: Brotherly Love

Patchy Cat and J2 in the Cat Cabin

Looked at too many lambies lately? Pore over pussycat pics instead:
Patchy Cat
Sarah Kit Kat Kate
Mr. Midnight
New Cat
Molly Doodlebug (aka The Doodle Monster)

© Copyright 2009, the furriest, friendliest foodie farm blog where the cats don't get as much attention—or blog space—as they're used to this time of year, and I haven't been giving enough attention to the comments section (here and at In My Kitchen Garden). I hope to have a chance to answer more of your questions soon. Thanks for your patience—and your comments! And for those of you who haven't had enough looks at the lambs, don't worry, there are plenty more cute photos to come.


  1. Great pic of the kitties! They do look like great friends!

  2. awwwww, i got lost in your kitty pics and can see i could spend HOURS looking at your critter pics! i am in love with molly! i have an "old" cat name rose marie and although they are marked different, their faces are shaped the same, and my rosie gets those eye buggers too now that she is older. thanks for sharing! hugs :)

  3. No animal does contentment like a cat.

  4. My sister and husband purchased 225acres about 3 years ago, fairly near to Fulton, MO. Beautiful land, but like your statement, "in the middle of nowhere" What area of MO are you located? I'll have to tell her about your blog. :-)

  5. Such cuteness! And I loved perusing the photos and stories about your other cats. I wish i had a farm like you so i could rescue a few more. We have 6 inside (2 was our limit..ha!).
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful life on the farm.

  6. Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day and leaving a comment!

    I remember coming across your blog a long time ago, and it's nice to run into it again. You and I have both been around a long time. Your blog looks great, and you seem like an interesting person.

    Anyway, I'll be back!


December 2015 update: Hi! For some reason I can't figure out, Blogger hasn't been letting me leave comments on my own blog (!) for the last several months, so I've been unable to respond to your comments and questions. My apologies for any inconvenience! You're always welcome to email me: farmgirlfare AT gmail DOT com.

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