Thursday, December 6, 2018

Thankful Thursday

Well, I have to tell you that one of my favorite things to do is hang out in my catio. So, while I am very thankful for my catio, it is not as much fun for me when it is really cold out. In fact, right now it is snowing.
Today I am very thankful to be inside my warm house! I decided to curl up in my cozy hammock and take a nice nap while the snow falls!
I hope that everyone is staying cozy and warm if they are in a cold area!

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Monday, September 3, 2018

Labor Day 2018

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Wordless Wednesday in my hammock

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Wordless Wednesday

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Sunday Selfie Time

Here I am on my Big Janitor Dad's recliner and getting cozy with his big afghan. My Food Lady's mom crocheted this afghan for him. When my Big Janitor Dad isn't sitting in his chair, I like to keep it warm for him! Plus, his afghan keeps me warm! That is why I decided that this was the place for my Sunday Selfie!


I love to be cozy!!!

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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Happy Valentine's Day 2018

Sweet Valentine's Day purrrrrrrrs to everyone today!
I hope that you all get lots of treats!


Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Tummy Tuesday + Willow's Birthday

I really like Tummy Tuesday!
That is probably because I think that I have
a gorgeously spotted ginger tummy!
Really, check it out!
I have a spotted tummy and I love to shred tissue paper!

And then when I stretch out you can see lots of
my gorgeous ginger stripes.
I surely can stretch out to be a long cat!
I also wanted to bring attention to Willow's Birthday. She would have been 14 today but she unfortunately went to the Rainbow Bridge 5 years ago on March 30th. I never met her but China Cat loved her and I loved China Cat. I was only able to live here with China Cat for 3 months but she was a wise older cat. I do miss her but I am a good only cat now. Maybe someday we will have another cat join the family............

We miss you, Willow!