The Big Piney Woods Cats

Friday, December 30, 2005

Fat Or Furry?

Mom says Mistrie put on a lot of fur for the winter. I guess, maybe, she sure is round. She really likes Mittens and me, but I play it real cool and let her know I am the boss of this whole place which includes the outdoors, as well as inside, even though mom only lets me outside when she is with me. This morning when mom was fussing with her she gave mom a love nip and looked at her with those soulful eyes. Mittens did her growling and hissing at her too.

Fat or Furry?
I need to get back to my post and stare at her for a while. We shall have a "staredown".

Posted by One Of The Girls at 7:08 AM


  • Anonymous Sarah posted at 9:20 AM  
    Hi, Mistrie! You are beautiful. Are you a torbie? You look just like my kitty cat Athena.
  • Blogger Patches & Mittens posted at 9:28 AM  
    Yup, Mistrie am a torbie. She would tell you herself, but she won't come in the "in".
  • Blogger Eponine's Cowboy posted at 9:44 AM  
    It looks like all fur, baby!!
  • Anonymous Daisy posted at 9:54 AM  
    It iz most defnitly furz and not fats. She iz beeyootiful, izzent she, almost as luvly as yu, Ms Patches.
  • Anonymous 2cats2 posted at 2:06 PM  
    Dino: fat
    Egypt: muscle
    The Musketeers: fur and fat (a little fat)
  • Anonymous Rafe posted at 3:08 PM  
    She's fluffy, and very pretty too.
  • Blogger Taz n Angel posted at 11:23 PM  
    maybe she gonna have some little torbies? Hows about we just call her fluffy? My Mama is fluffy too :O)

    Luv Taz
  • Blogger Boni posted at 2:31 AM  
    I vote for fluffy! She must have got lots of fur for the winter. Pepe and Gree, our outdoor siblings, got lots of fur for the winter too.
    Happy Mew Years to all of you!
  • Blogger Jasmine posted at 7:25 AM  
    Mistrie - you look like such a lovely kitty. :) I hope one day you decide to venture inside. I'm sure Patches and Mittens have lots of things they'd love to show you in there! :)

    (a bean who loves kitties)
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