The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Thursday, October 19, 2006

After reading Finn's wonderful poem about her and Ebby, I am finally motivated to write/blog again, had been feeling very overwhelmed with life, work, state of our country, you name it and it was bothering me, anyway, back to cats. This first picture is of Jim with Sidney, (the one with the deer), she's a Maine Coon we found as a stray, she's a queen in every respect, like riding on Jim or my shoulders, especially if there is snow on the ground, she can't stand getting her paws wet. And then here she is with Bailey, my sweet burmese who came to us over the internet after I lost my first burmese after 16 years of kidney failure, he deserves a post all by himself. His name was Sable.


This third picture of a deer who is very curious of Bailey.




And here is Sidney flying thru the air trying to catch a field mouse.

Bailey with his play rat, he learned to fetch immediately and now years later will bring me a play mouse to fetch when he's feeling playful. We have more more cat, KT, a beautiful gray stray, but her pictures are on my other hard drive so will post that pic later. They certainly make our life interesting and full of joy.

6 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:07 AM

    How cute! (I have two Tonkinese - they were bread out of Burmese & Siamese - I can see your cat in mine!) Lovely photos, you have captured some wonderful moments!

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  2. Love your kitty pictures! Aren't cats just the "bestest" friends ever?!

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  3. What sweet kitty friends you have. They each come with such distinct personalities. Pets make for a full life *s*

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  4. What cute kitties, I always enjoy reading your stories. My husband's kitty used to fetch a ball when you'd throw it for her, until he moved to a new place, then for some reason she didn't like doing it as much. Then when we all moved in together and my two kitties came into the picture, she stopped doing it altogether. Now she just hides a lot (when she's not obsessing over our adopted outdoor kitty at the back door). LOL Kitties all have their own personalities.

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  5. The cats are dear -- our critters sure are members of the family, aren't they?

    Here's a {{{hug}}}. I get those downhearted spells, too. Can't make heads nor tails of things sometimes.

    Jeanne

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  6. Wonderful kitty pictures!

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