38 comments on “Don’t Interrupt My Yawn!

  1. Oooh I say, that is a mighty fine yawn you have there, Charlie, I bet them mouses will be scattering if they see that! MOL
    Toodle pips and purrs

  2. kittiesblue says:

    Wow, Charlie. Looks like it is nap time for you. This is both an hysterical and terrific photo. We are delighted to have you hopping with us today. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer p.s. We really like your nose freckles.

    • Thanks! Let’s just say it WAS nap time until somebody (no names Mom) pulled out the camera. Wouldn’t even let me finish my yawn! Yeh, my nose freckles are more prominent than when I was a kitten. Maybe that’s why she named my brother Freckles! ๐Ÿ˜›

  3. Comedy Plus says:

    I wouldn’t interrupt anything you were doing. Promise.

    Hope you had a purrfect Feline Friday. My best to your peeps. โ™ฅ

  4. MNL says:

    laughing, cracked me up

  5. 15andmeowing says:

    You are a sweetie.

  6. Thanks for the smile.

  7. Timmy Tomcat says:

    Charlie you have that Yawn down pat. It is a snarl saying “I need a nap so don’t bother me now”
    Timmy and Family

  8. Joanne says:

    What a brilliant capture – LOVE IT!๐Ÿ˜ป

  9. smilecalm says:

    wouldn’t want to get
    kitty’s fangs upset ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Lignum Draco says:

    I hope you took heed of the warning! ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. actually you look like you are laughing ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. oh I have missed your pussy cat shots Linda! hope all is well!!

    • And I have missed your visits and posts! All is well here. It will be much better if we can get to real springtime! We actually had another freeze last night. Most unusual weather here. I have actually dragged myself off the computer and off the couch and have started going to Zumba classes! HA! Sometimes it pays to get old cause now I can go to the gym for free! LOL! Take care my friend! Hugs!

  13. Charlie your yawn is just adorable ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. OH MY … I hope he isn’t angry. I just took a photographed of my King Pelu with an angry face because we left him alone to go to my daughter wedding. I guess having someone come over everyday to vist and feed him wasn’t enough. LOL
    Isadora ๐Ÿ˜Ž

    • Nah, heโ€™s not really angry. But he probably will be if Iโ€™m able to find a house/pet sitter (who can give insulin shots)! Itโ€™s been years since weโ€™ve gone anywhere. If we can work something out this year, I anticipate seven angry faces! ๐Ÿ˜น

      • LOLOL … we had a kitty – several years ago – that had diabetes. She passed away very quickly. It’s amazing the things pets are getting now-a-days. Good Luck finding a sitter. It’s hard to find one. It may be more difficult if you have to give injections. : )

        • Sorry about your kitty. Nicky was diagnosed in 2009. We nearly lost him because he is insulin resistant and we couldnโ€™t find one that worked. We finally tried a very expensive insulin and, of course, it worked. Iโ€™m glad we saved him but I would have preferred $20 versus nearly $300/vial. Sigh. The good news is that Iโ€™ve found someone. The problem is that she works at the hospital (shifts). So weโ€™re trying to figure out how to work around it. Wish me luck!

  15. Hello (from Paris – France)
    What a pretty cat with that particular smile.
    I love cats and have one at home. Eos also has his blog (host on mine) and comes from time to time to talk about his life here : https://yoshimiparis.wordpress.com/category/eos-le-blog-deos/

    • Thanks so much! Your little Eos is adorable! ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Eos had an operation early January. The veterinarian took away one of the two mammary chains. In the analysis of tumors it has been predicted between four and twelve months of life.
        She is good for the moment and has an excellent appetite.

        • I am so sorry to hear of little Eos’ prognosis. How wonderful for her that she has you to care for and comfort her. It’s always a difficult time when these little furrbabies become ill and/or pass. Praying for you and Eos. โค

        • Thank you very much, but you know, for the moment she is doing very well.
          We hope that the desire to live that Eos, will be stronger than the disease and that it will survive in good conditions several months and why not several years (we can hope that it will therefore exceed what has is given in the prognosis)

        • So glad to hear she is doing well and praying it will continue well into the future! ๐Ÿ˜€ โค

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