He is (Usually) such a good Cat. He was an adoption Kitty from a Vet that I pass often but have never taken my pets to. I had lost a Cat and just dropped in to see if they had any Kittens. He was about 6 months old and just before being put to sleep (I don't know if that was true or just to encourage me to take him). They called him "Curious George". The name suited him. I have some great pictures of him doing everything from hugging and washing his Best Friend...Our DOG, "Maggie", to pictures of him standing on top of the living room door watching what everyone is doing.
Arent you ashamed of yourself for putting a plant in a flower pot that your cat may want to cozy up in? That is the cutest picture I have seen in a long time !!! Awesome photo's, he's one in a million. Thanks for making me laugh today !!!!
All of our pets are rescues now. Four cats, a dog and a horse... they all think they are our children. Not that we spoil any of them ;^))
Here is another cute picture of "BP" and his Dog "Maggie". This is the way they usually sleep. Hard to tell them apart. In this one "Maggie has her right front arm wrapped around "BP" other pictures show "BP" with all four of his legs and tail wrapped around his "Girl"
Such a cute picture, and wonderful attitude.Four of my phales were destroided, by our (never do wrong ) meeser, who hapens to be running for pres.I can't say that my attitude was anything like yours, but I'm trying hard.
I had this "Garden " window put in for orchids, and now its a cat window. Mike
Hi Mike, one of my girls "Pins" the "Red Hat Lady". Is on Meesers side. The other three cats are such Dog Lovers, they have been trying to talk our "Maggie" into running. She says the country is not prepared for what she would expect from them. So she doesn't plan to run. Got to love these Fur Children.
My old granny cat took over a planter, for geraniums, and it was the perfect bed for the sun beams, and she really could sleeps. I hopes she has found a good sun beam bed over the bridge. I miss her. Mike
In responce to cats in strange places, I can only think of my "Lap " cat Baggy, who has always found the most unusual place he can find, and has done that sence he was a baby.When I say baby, I mean that some (thing ) threw three new born kittens, out on the road wher I live.Two are still with me, but one never had a chance.If ever in that situation, prepair yourself for a full time for a while. The end result is, two cats that love you beyond discription.
Mitzi liked to run, and jump on me, and keep the attraction going. Baggy was very shy, and wanted to cuttle with his face between my arm, and chest, where he would "March ", he still does that now, every chance he gets. I could be moving a piano, and he would want our snuggle time.
One of the places Baggy slept is in the walk behind mower bag, and you couldn't find him. He has crawl into a water can, many buckets , as well as this tiny little basket. Mike