Tuesday, February 16

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Perfectly Posed

Or Just Keeping One Paw Warm?

Care to see more cat candids?
Sarah Kit Kat Kate
Mr. Midnight
Patchy Cat
Molly Doodlebug (aka The Doodle Monster)

© Copyright 2010 FarmgirlFare.com, the fascinated by something foodie farm blog where I don't think Sarah Kate is worried about cold paws, considering that before snapping this photo, I'd just watched her tearing back and forth in the snow like a mad cat—and that was after she stopped rolling around in it. Of course those pictures she wouldn't let me take.


  1. How sweet is that kitty baby?!

  2. What a gorgeous girl! Aren't they fun to watch in the snow?

  3. What a beautiful black and white tuxedo cat!


  4. My dog Moose takes to limping on snowy walks just so he can keep one paw up for a few seconds, then switches sides and limps on the other. he's a rhodesian/boxer mix. shouldn't he be tough??

    what a swank and lovely girl you have!

  5. Oh, the pussycat is the spitting image of my Micky Mouse who came to us in snowy December 2007. She was pressed up against the doors of our heated garage.

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  6. Oh, beautiful white chest and black nose!

  7. She is so beautiful!

    Your blog is such a joy, and I LOVE your photographs!

    I love how the internet lets me visit a beautiful, remote farm with interesting pets and animals - even though I am unable to drive or fly there myself. What a joy!

  8. Love your blog. Sarah kitty reminds be of my kitty. He is a tuxedo also. My favorite kind. he likes to sit like that too.


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