Wednesday, April 02, 2008
How Could You Resist?
English Sue sent me this darling picture, and I had to share it with you. I have a soft spot for all cats, but especially calicos. I would never turn a cat in need away. They are sent to me from, I believe, my long deceased mother who loved them, as I do. There have been too many "strange" coincidences on how the Big Piney Woods Cats happened to make this their home.
Posted by One Of The Girls at 6:49 AM
Gandalf & Grayson posted at 6:54 AM
We know somebody is keeping you! Mom says she is a fur magnet. Nearly all that came before us just showed up... and stayed.
The Tower Hill Mob posted at 8:58 AM
Oooh, a tiny one!
She looks like Cupcake formerly Lydia!
I could cuddle all day!
Daisy posted at 9:50 AM
I love Calicos, too! That baby looks like a dilute calico, just like me.
Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 10:22 AM
Darling little kitty!
Kitties seem to sense a home with kind people in it.
Any more Winter Ghost sightings?
divakitty posted at 10:26 AM
SQUEEEEEE - I'd totally have to keep you little one!
Queen Snickers and Empress posted at 10:38 AM
Daddy's afraid of momma draw for all things furry. They have been married for just over two years and have 3 fur babies already and have rescued and re-homed 6 cats and 1 woofie apart from us. haha Daddy is doomed to a life a poo duty. ~Queen Snickers
Zippy, Sadie and Speedy posted at 12:46 PM
Oh oh, if dat showed up here daddy would start asking mom to keep it...she's just cute enuff dat mom might say yes!
Princess posted at 5:03 PM
Aw how sweet!!
Derby posted at 6:52 PM
Such a sweetie, but you have Winter Ghost who may come and stay with you.
Beezer posted at 7:11 PM
Hi there lil sweetie!
Just make youself at home and cuddle on my lap.
That's the same size I was when I came home. Now mine mombean is making those funny noises!
William posted at 7:28 PM
Aw, how cute!
The Taylor CatSSSSS posted at 4:10 AM
Oh, could you please mail that sweetie to us????
Junior posted at 9:33 AM
OMC! This baby is so cute!!!
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