Rocky’s cat mom had abandoned him and he was adopted by his human “mom” Kate who was feeding at the family-run jewelry store where she works — easy to do as Kate’s mom owns the store.
After lunch, Rocky posed (very) briefly for some close-ups.But preferred to scamper around the store. stopping to play with “grandma’s” dog, after all, it’s a family business with pets allowed.
This encounter came soon after fellow blogger John (Don’t unplug your hub) had an encounter with a BIG cat which he luckily caught on video. Multi-talented John paints, sings, plays guitar and is planning to write a book which he gladly “talks” about on his blog. And, John cautions “there will be bad language” so readers are forewarned.
Blue is a very cute kitten who can be seen at fellow blogger Mildred’s Maple Lane site.
Carrying a camera along is always a great thing as Sandra, proudly known as the MadSnapper agrees. You never know when a photo op will happen, even if it’s not an award-winning shot. it’s ALL about having FUN !
The camera used was a Canon PowerShot SD1300IS digital Elph, one of many Canon Elph models. This one has a 12.1 MP, 4X zoom with a 28mm wide angle lens. It’s not great for action shots (Rocky was moving in this one on the right) or long-distance zooming, but VERY compact, fun and easy to use. And it’s
COMING UP this weekend (Sunday) is Grenville’s birthday; the following week is granddaughter Elizabeth’s 1st. We will be celebrating with family in PA and then RI. That’s right, it's A
notherroad trip coming up.