Thursday, October 1

Thursday Dose of Cute: Cat Cart

Whiskers Loves to Lounge

Care for More Cat Candids?
Patchy Cat
Sarah Kit Kat Kate
Mr. Midnight
Molly Doodlebug (aka The Doodle Monster)

© Copyright 2009, the blustery mustery foodie farm blog where the leaves that aren't blowing off the trees and fluttering to the ground (which fascinates Whiskers—who was an indoor city cat before moving to the farm—to no end) are starting to show the first hints of color, and it definitely feels like fall!


  1. Awwww, what a cute pose! It looks as if Whiskers is just laying there waiting for someone to take the cart for a stroll through all of the changing and falling leaves. How cute!

  2. They always find the most random of spots to get comfy don't they? x

  3. I come over here to get my "cat fix" since my sweet kitties had to go to that great big litter box in the sky. Thank you, it fills my cat need for the time being.

  4. The thought of a former indoor cat exploring the life on a farm - makes me so happy... And he is such a beautiful cat.

  5. What a handsome boy! I have a real soft spot for long-haired brown tabbeys. I'll bet by winter Mr. Whiskers will look like a lynx!

  6. He's the spitting image of my Fuzz-boy!


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