Tuesday, February 8

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Another Tractor Cat

Taking Over Topaz's Turf?

This black cat brings us good luck:
(click here to see all these posts on one page)
11/16/08: Yoga for Pets
1/23/10: Staredown
10/24/10: Cats on Things

© FarmgirlFare.com, the rattletrap foodie farm blog where, despite pouring a bunch of money into it last spring, this big old temperamental tractor still doesn't want to run. We did get the little diesel tractor (another antique) back in shape, but it's too small to pull the baler—which means we need to find ourselves another tractor soon, because before we know it, it'll be time to get back in the hay. Ack.


  1. Your black kitty reminds me of our black cat Annie. They have very similar looks and expressions. Mine was an orfan that I raised from a week old, feeding her with a bottle and even carrying her to work with me. So I don't think black cats are bad luck-I love my girl!

  2. What, you decided the donkeys couldn't pull the baler? Come on. Think how many great photos you could get for your Daily Donkey series out of that scenario.

  3. we need a new tractor in the worst way. Smokey Joe, is on it's last set of nuts and bolts

  4. Love your tractor cat! We have a black one also, but he stays inside the house.

  5. Your cat is a much bigger version of my Blacky. He is doing what cats love to do - sit in high places and survey their kingdom.


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