Sunday, December 26

Sunday Dose of Cute: No Matter What the Weather. . .

You Can't Fence In a Farm Cat
You still can't fence in a farm cat.

©, the may get down to zero degrees tonight foodie farm blog where I've been out sick for the past week (finally on the mend—yay), so my hunky farmguy Joe has been doing all the farm chores. And apparently he needs some supervision, because today Sarah Kit Kat Kate decided to accompany him into one of the chicken coops while he fed, watered, and checked for eggs in the snazzy new nesting boxes the girls got last week for Christmas and have so far been afraid to lay in (until today!). Kit Kat reportedly had a great time leaping from perch to perch, and the chickens took this furry surprise visit very well.


  1. Glad you are on your way to feeling better!!!

    We gotta luv those kitties!

  2. Get well soon! I enjoyed reading your blog so I added you to my list to read. Enjoyed the recipes too. Kim at

  3. Glad you are getting better.

    Your farm cats are so lucky, unlike the many farm cats here where I live in Italy. I'm going to put a post about stray/street/farm cats in Italy. Very sad, indeed :(


  4. Hope you're on the mend, Susan. It's especially hard to be sick during the holidays. In spite of that, I do hope you had a wonderful Christmas.


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