Don’t get Woof started!
Henri, the saddest black cat:
Enough with the sadness…..lets have some funny black cats.
Just remember, black kitties aren’t really evil!
LROS: The sofa cats cracked me up! Loved the others, too. As for your last post, for me it’s one cat video and then it’s hours later.
Good morning, everyone. Heavy rain and flood warnings here in Barrie.
We didn’t freeze! Of course, we also didn’t get any rain, but the fruit trees are safe for the season I hope. The doctor removed the excess fluid from my knee (boy did that hurt!) and gave me a steroid shot so it feels much better. I am hoping my high blood pressure reading is from the pain and so much ibuprofen. On down the line I will likely need a knee replacement. But I can go back to long walks now with poor bored Freddog.
Does anyone follow Tiny Kittens (dot) com? Feral kitties who have and about to have babies.
I agree with Woof math gives me a sad too. Of course I have to use fractions a lot in my everyday life since I worked in construction for many years. Algebra makes my brain turn to jello though.
Maybe Woof doesn’t know how to write. Interesting pictures today. Happy – great basement cat story in pictures.
Great pics today, love all the black kitties :-)
@beviek, I was taking some photos of my garden for my friends and remembered you said you love daffodils, these are the fancy varieties I put in last fall
From the Citizen’s for Animal Protection shelter.
Ten Reasons to Adopt a Black Cat:
10. You can never tell if they’re dirty.
9. Black is very slimming.
8. You won’t need a lint brush on your little black dress.
7. Your cat doesn’t care what color YOUR hair is!
6. You can always find them in a snow storm.
5. They have a “Black Belt” in cuddling.
4. In most cultures, black cats bring good luck.
3. Black is always “In.”
2. They make you look beyond the surface to find true love.
1. They are the least likely to be adopted!>^..^<
Can anyone give me a clue as to how to post pictures here? I am fostering 4 polydactyl kittens (one with extra toes on ALL 4 FEET!!) l would like to show them, but not clear how. Thanks Great pics today by the way!
Love the expression on the cat
our basement has an opening to the front yard so my Mom always let the cat out using the door to the basement. We were fine till we got a female cat.. she had her kittens under the basement steps. no one could get to them until they came out on their own. We should have torn up the steps because they were not friendly At ALL. without the contact early on, they were Wild :( My parents were not too swift.. just because I named her Timothy didn’t mean she wouldn’t reproduce :( Back in those days our neighbors would give the kittens to other neighbors. we didn’t use the dump ’em and leave ’em service.
RikkiLoved the "cat in the grass’. The same goes for shag carpeting too!(We got rid of that fast, the previous owners of that house had a Great Dane, whenever it rained the carpet smelled like wet dog)
Look who I found out in the carrot patch.He tried to tell me he was the Easter Bunny.
Thanks to all who responded. Apparently my problem was “storing” the picture somewhere. I did not have any off site storage place. Again..thank you.
This is for our computer nerds
I know it’s not cats, but foxes are cute, too.It should scare Happy x3! ;-D
Did you sneak into my house and take a picture of Casper and Scooter??
Neal – if you have trouble or get confused (I know I did), email me at email@example.com and I will walk you thru it.
Update on feeding issues:
At night Scooter goes to the guest room. He has he food, water, litter box and toys. And a giant bed.
We put the food for Moose and Casper back down.
In the morning, they all come out but both food bowls go up.
Today, about 10 AM all 3 were bellyaching so I put Scooter back in his room with food. Put the other food down. Once Moose and Casper were away from the dish, it got put up and I let Scooter out and put his dish up.
What a pain, but it needs to be done.