Friday, December 01, 2006

Weekend Cat Blogging #78


Or, Walking in a Winter Wonderland - As you can see, we've had some wintery weather this past week here in the Pacific NW and we got more than most up in the "fourth corner" - Neelix prefers to meet it head on!






Whilst "Her Royal Serene Highness" Ms. Sinda prefers to watch from the warm confines of the dining room window. (Don't be fooled, she only LOOKS Serene)


If you'd like to see kitties of every shape and size, move on over to The Hidden Paw http://forthejunta.blogspot.com/ where Boots & Tess' mom hurried back from SanFrancisco to keep us all in line. I'll bet you guys are glad to have your human back! Thanks for hosting WCB :-)


P.S. This is what Sinda is looking at -
Oh, sheepies, where are you?

7 comments:

Rascal said...

Hi Tina, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving the kind comment. I have to confess that Mom and I had a fight over your blog. I wanted to look at your Cats and she wanted to look at your sheep and garden. I think Neelix is very brave and personally prefer Sinda's approach to the snow.

Mom wants to know if you spin your sheeps wool???

Pia K said...

Oh boy, that's a lot of snow! Looks really lovely:) I wish we had that here in Stockholm, Sweden but that seems to be very far away alas...

//Pia

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Wingnut said...

Hi Tina, thanks for visitin gmy blog and leaving a comment! I love your kittys, it is funny to me to see cats in the snow, very cute!

DEBRA said...

Hi Tina!

Thank you for visiting 'our' blog and for the lovely comments about Abby's story. As you can tell she is one of the geninue lights of my life. she is curled up in my lap right now and I am having to type one handed! I was so blown away by all your snow -- wow that was a real storm. You have beautiful kitties! Come back and visit anytime!

Leigh said...

Hi Tina, thank for visiting my blog! I truly appreciate your encouraging comments about my sweater and lace. Yes, I am going to include a Shetland sheep on the sweater, I bought 4 ounces of Shetland moorit roving just for that purpose. It was my first time to spin Shetland and I love the yarn. Lucky you to have your own supply. And good for you to learn how to spin!

vlb5757 said...

I think the sheepies have the right idea. Stay inside and just "chill". LOL! I love days that I get to stay inside and do nothing. Those are the best days to knit, spin and watch the fire. I miss seeing snow, but not the mud and nastiness after it starts to melt. Stay warm!