Sunday, September 19

Sunday Dose of Cute: Cats on High

Cats on High 1

Cats on High 2
And Quite a Sky

So we've got Topaz (aka 3T):
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How Topaz, Sarah Kate, and Mr. Midnight Came into Our Lives
8/18/08: Tractor Cat
8/24/09: Happy Cat
6/15/10: Hangin' Out

And Mr. Midnight:
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11/16/08: Yoga for Pets
1/23/10: Staredown

And that big old, glorious sky:
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11/1/05: Good Morning
8/11/06: Tweet
11/9/06: Big Sky
11/12/09: Looking Up

© 2010, the ever changing foodie farm blog where these two photos were taken within one minute of each other: Topaz to the north on a shed roof, and then a 90 degree turn to the west where I spied Mr. Midnight on the roof of The Shack. What a difference in the sky! But I must not be remembering to look up often enough, because I can't believe it's been ten long months since I posted a sky photo.


  1. cat on a hot tin roof? :)

  2. Cats do luv their high perches!

  3. I think somebody is looking for a fresh fat bird! The cats at home get up in the pine trees and sometimes they have to jump down. They will look for birds or to get away from pups

  4. Just days ago I took a kitty on a roof photo in the Liguria region of Italy. It seems cats are always finding the most superb bits of sunshine and the best views. Topaz and Mr. Midnight have it nailed.

  5. Very cute cat! Mine just stays inside, but it is time for me to get some barn cats...


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