Every time I see a tuxedo cat, I am glad that I had Rocky in my life.
You know I love this picture!Thanks for your kind comment on my blog.Wishing you both a nice weekend.
Enjoying a good book, for a pillow
Ha - nice choice of pillows. Smart kitty, lol! I see I missed another FT session. I think we were outside working in the yard, and my phone was in the house. We'll just have to keep trying. I'm pretty much over my cold/sinus thing; still coughing a little. Have a great weekend!
My new little boy dumped a pile of books the other day... and made a bed out of them... and then a fortress, a skate board, and then tried a snack. Fortunately, that book was not to his taste!
Oh, I love it when a library has a resident cat. In fact, I love cats-in-residence anywhere. And I eSPEciallY love Josephine being in OUR residence! :)
What a cutie!The last cats my parents had were tuxedo cats.
Very sweet photo. Hope you have a great weekend, too!
Sweet picture. We wanted to have a cat in the library where I used to work, but the Director wouldn't allow it because he had allergies to cats. Hope you have a nice weekend!
Comfy Kitty I also wanted to comment on your D-Day post but could not figure out how. I too have been reading a lot of the articles. My father served in the Pacific so he was not a part of the invasion at Normandy. The seas of crosses must be similar to the sea of headstones in Arlington National Cemetery. Add to tall those the crosses and headstones of all those who lost their lives and were buried elsewhere and the bodies that were never recovered. War breaks my heart.
It must have been a really dull book !!
awwww the life of a cat!!
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