You might recognize this little guy. I used his picture as a backdrop for a quote I posted for Nurturing Thursdaya couple of weeks ago. He’s very shy but he now waits patiently almost every morning for me to bring him his breakfast. He still doesn’t let me get near him. I’ve tried just standing by my front door to photograph him up close but he won’t come up on the wall if I remain outside. It’s so adorable the way he just peeks over the edge of the wall to make sure I’m “gone” before jumping up to eat. The second photo and the video were taken while I was inside my house so the quality is not the best. All were taken with my iPhone5.
I am greeted with this adorable face almost every morning!
And every morning, it’s the same routine. I’m required to leave the area and he makes sure I’m gone by peeking over the wall.
Then when the coast is clear (he can’t see me anymore), it’s time to eat!
Whew! Lots of sharing today. I’ve been so busy I’ve fallen behind in my posting. So I’m playing a little bit of catch up today.
The picture is of Maggie shortly after her spay. You can see the gray area on her tummy where she was shaved. The photo, as you can see from the original, was not the best quality. So that I wouldn’t have to just file it away, I decided to try something fun and different with it.
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A black cat crossing your path signifies that the animal is going somewhere.
Ye olde neighborhood cat house!
It’s true. I run a cat house. Pictured are two that I just happened to catch as I drove in the driveway (ergo, the grainy quality on an iPhone5 zoom!). I have seven indoor cats that I call my own and cannot add to that number now that hubby has been diagnosed as allergic. There are at least seven (five black and two tuxedo) cats/kittens outside who come for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and bedtime. They are not mine per se. I can’t say they are feral as they have come to allow me to pet them and, a few of them, allow me to pick them up. Yes, I know, I’ve been told I need help. But, you see, they need help more than I do!