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All who love cats are deeply appreciated here!
Franklin has decided he likes editing and will um, cheerfully bring his opinions to the keyboard. (Actually he’s rather insistent that we do things his way.)
While I wait until we sort out the photo overload, we’ll hop all over seasons and years for cat pictures, and use the few spring pics we have. So weird sky pics from the severe weather days will have to wait.
We go back to last autumn to catch Stripey lounging about and looking regal!
Boss looking dreamy on a winter evening.
The crab apple tree was the earliest bloomer.
Moonpie has the tallest ears!
The first dandelion I saw!
Oh wait, while we’re being all springy, let’s not forget the deep freeze that happened in February!
That’s the light snow we had with sub-freezing temperatures for a few days.
The Cedar Waxwing Division of the cold spell bird invasion made for excellent Bird TV.
All cats tuned in. A good chance for a little “Protect me big brother” snuggling.
Back to flowering trees. (We’ll get to the severe weather pics between these events when the photo thing is sorted.)
. . . wisteria, and that scent, but not for long and nothing like the sustained wisteria explosion we had last year.
And these, this year’s violets. Those are last year’s violets in the border.
The violets are all mostly gone now, they only stay a short time. But these kitties, they bloom with beauty and charming hi-jinks every day throughout the year. Some older pics of the Kittens, they were such little cuties:
Boss with hints of color skittering on his furs.
Ouch, Lynxie! He likes to flex his nails on my jeans.
Here’s Lynx with an important message: Fellow blogger TW from the wonderful blog Stunning Keisha could use some support and purrs:
Our friend’s cat, Shelley.
And here’s Boss with another important message:
He’s finished reading my MUSE Award winning book Catwoods, and recommends it highly! We so appreciate everyone who has read it, and we need for more people to get the book and read it.
People who like Catwoods really like it and tell me they read it over and over again. While some are old friends, there are others I don’t know from far away, California, New York, Michigan. It’s 364 pages full of cat stories from many decades, music and art and the “languages” that arise between cats and humans, and some human language too. Yes there’s some colorful southeastern variant language, that’s where I and the kitties live. Getting the book helps us care for our kitties. Click on the cover at the upper right for Amazon or “Order the Catwoods book online” page, under the Franklin banner for the link that goes direct to Borgo Publishing, our indie publisher.