Cats belong in the house and in the gardenBy
Meet Weasley my 1/2 Orange Tabby 1/2 Siamese cat. We adopted he and his brother Potter one year ago from a rescue society called Every Creature Counts. They have been a joy to our home ever since. On the other side of that fence are two dogs barking their brains out but my guy just looks at him like “why pray tell are you making all that racket?” I live in an area very close to open space so I never let my cats out unescorted and miraculously they actually have never even tried to jump the fence.
Sitting out in the garden watching my kitty boys banter around in the garden, batting bugs, hopping on stalks of grass waving in the warm summer breeze is such a delight, it’s hard to come inside and get to work each day. They get up each morning with with one thing on their mind… how long it will take them to “TALK” me into letting them go outside to play.
Meet Mr. Harry Potter (Weasley’s sidekick of course, or is it the other way around?) He obviously took after his father while his brother took after his tabby cat mother. Potter is the softest cat you’ve ever had the pleasure to have on your lap. He’s all cuddles, purrs and soft paws keeping your hands close by to keep you petting him.
If you have cat pictures to share, I’d love to see my readers faithful friends too.
They are so funny in this video, you can see how excited they are just to sniff the smells of nature and watch the bugs and cotton fluffs fly by.