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I so appreciate lovely readers who care about cats and animals! That’s why we are here, to celebrate and to advocate for cats and the natural world, and art.
The spring light in the above photo of Frankie is similar to what I see now (I did tinker with the color), but time has moved on.
Three difficult episodes of severe weather alerts have drained and scrambled us recently. All of us, cats and humans, came through physically safe. But there were lives lost. So I’m sad and tired, posting in a non-linear, time jumpy sort of way. More details on those alerts later when I (hopefully) have the pictures that go with them. We’ll use pictures out of sequence. Our show-off cats won’t mind as long as they look like the gorgeous creatures they are.
Spooky is getting even friendlier! Yay! That’s a leopard tail toy in the background, not another cat’s tail.
I highly recommend Surveillance by Lynx.
Everyone’s here except Moonpie.
Here she is, enjoying herself. All of these Kittens have such large, roundish, plush pawpads.
Stripey has tabby magnificence! And quite a set of whiskers!
Protect me, big brother; don’t fall asleep!
Fellow blogger Dawn’s family at Lola the Rescue Cat needs some help, click Help for Lola and Lexi’s Family to learn about it, and please help if you can. Sharing will also help.
The kitties want everyone to read my MUSE Award-winning book, Catwoods, which also celebrates the beauty and individuality of kitties! If you like it, reviews at Amazon are always appreciated. Boss is still reading it and wants everyone to know he recommends it! Click on the link at the upper right, or check out the “Order the Catwoods Book Online” page above.
An extra Franklin pic!
Our friend’s cat, Sweet Shelley! Stay tuned, spring is underway, wisteria scent is everywhere and more pictures are coming!