Monday, August 07, 2006

Mistrie Rose

Momma says Mistrie has a rose colored nose, hence her middle name Rose.


Momma also says she trusts her, now. She is the only one who can get close to her.

13 comments:

The Meezers said...

YAY Mistrie! I fink that someday you might acktually go inside! - Sammy

Hi my bestest furriend Mittens - Trixie

Patches - i nefurr fought about selling my velcro paw pads. i would split the money wif you if I did, 'acause it would be your idea - Miles

Gemini said...

Oh you have a beautiful pink nose Mistrie Rose. It's good to see you!

Edsel/The Pooch said...

she is very puurrty - her fur lloks nice and thick!

George, Tipper, Max & Misty said...

A lovely nose, indeed! Mistrie should go to Kismet's blog. He has a great picture of his nose, which looks very much like hers.

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

Oh Mistrie you have a lovely belly!

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

she's furry purrty! our noses match our furries an so ya can't effun see 'em **sigh** but she has a lovely nose!

Rats & Cats said...

such a lovely tummy :)

brandi said...

Mistrie Rose, you are soo sweet. Maybe this winter you will come inside to share your beauty with the inside family close up!

Valderbar said...

Oh it is a lovely nose!

PrincessMia said...

Oh, my beautiful Mistrie! How are you, my dear? You look wonderful in the photos.

Derby said...

Mistrie you are looking furry wonderful with your pink nose and all. I am furry glad that you are beginning to trust the mombean. She is furry nice.

Bonnie Underfoot said...

Mistrie, my nose is that color, too. It's the only proper cat nose color. The rest are, you know, wrong.

caspersmom said...

Yep, Mistrie, your nose does look like mine. Nice looking noses huh?? Mom said she likes the the color of Calicocats blog site. Really purrty. Patches used to be an outside cat. She finally let Mom pet her to. She finally came in and now when she does go outside she doesn't stay out long. She said she a tough life outside, especially when two male cats used to fight over her. Take care out there Mistrie

Casper