She absolutely loved it under the fabric. Not sure why, maybe she wanted to “be” where we were. It was very difficult to get anything done with her inside the reams of cloth! When I plopped some extra fabric on the floor, she ignored it. Go figure.
Have a happy weekend, friends!
The walls and window trim is all painted, ans we’re preparing to build the bookcases. Livvy wants in on the fun:
Unfortunately, she gets her kitty hair everywhere! OUT!
Oh, she’s such a sly little thing. Where oh where can she be?!
The towel was slightly damp and it’s been hotter than blazes around here, so no wonder she didn’t want to come out.
Sorry I haven’t been doing much here lately. We’ve been traveling and I’ve been working a lot. But we’ve got some very exciting renovations and remodeling planned next week. I’m going to re-do my living room decor and finally build the 17-foot long, built-in bookcase set. It’s my first bookcase, so it’ll be interesting. We’re also sewing curtains and going to paint the room with a more shocking color scheme. Cant wait til its done!
Oh they grow up SO fast!
Actually, I don’t know when her birthday is, exactly. We got her in September, and her owner said she was 8 weeks old, which makes her birthday week this week. I figured today is a good a birthday as any, especially since it’s mine, too.
I chose her from the litter because she was the “runt,” and she was quieter than her crazy sister and brothers. After taking her home, however, she quickly became Queen of the Castle. I think perhaps the reason she was so small and quiet in the litter is because she didn’t get enough to eat. Once we plied her with roast beef and fish and canned cat food, she quickly became more energetic.
She is a very unusual kitty. Besides being a polydactyl Tabby Point Siamese, she has a unique personality. She follows me around the house all day long like a little dog. She “talks” to us in squeaks and pulses, and she knows a lot of words and responds to them. She’s less of a pet and more like a family member. She’s the most unique cat I have ever had.
Happy Birthday to my Baby.
It’s been so hot that Livvy does not feel like playing games. All she does is this:
She’s practically drooling!!! LOL!! Don’t tell her I took the photo, OK?
It’s been mighty hot. Livvy likes it warm, but not hot. She’s also tired because she stays up all night, partying, with the eldest daughter. The two of them play with a yarn ball together (well, it WAS a yarn ball) and snack on canned tuna! By the time the sun start to rise, Livvy is exhausted and ready for bed.
On the bright side, she no longer plants her precious Siamese butt in front of my computer, so I can work almost all day without interruption for *more* tuna breaks.
How are your kitties doing? Do they handle the heat well? Do your cats party all night long?
My baby will be 4 years old in two weeks. OHHH I am feeling the biological clock ticking away! I want another kitten!!! Look how cute she was!
Time flies so quickly. *sigh*
We’re not going to complain about the 100 degree heat because everyone else is and it just spews more hot air into the atmosphere. ….although, I could probably complain a little longer and a little louder because my house is situated in a partial-business district so that we have asphalt parking lots around three of the four sides of the property, where temperatures reach 140 degrees (and it’s all sunny because SOME PEOPLE and the deer keep mowing over and eating the trees I’ve been trying to plant for about 2 decades now…)
No, we will not get all upset about the heat. We will not sigh for those marvelous winter days where we are sipping hot coffee, snuggling with cat by the computer, and blogging. No, we will hold our sweaty heads high and endure this blast from Tartarus!
I will instead gaze into my cute little kitty’s face. She is so loving. On occasion, she will tiptoe up to me and “kiss” me (a light little lick) on my hand or leg, just to let me know she’s there. She rubs her little head on my sweaty legs, and I care not if her furs stick to my sweaty skin like a Chia pet fuzz.
She’s just so durn cute.
Hang in there, folks. Only four more months to go.
Where could she be?
Looks like another few days of blistering heat. It’s just too weird, this weather. The first half of the week is record-breaking scorchers, then the temperatures dips so low I have to wear sweaters again, then a few days later it’s scorching hot again.
I wish the weather would even all out, don’t you? Why can’t we average all these days, make it partly sunny and 65 degrees all the time? I don’t think it would be boring at all.
Whether it’s sunny or cold where you are, have a good weekend.
It’s too hot today to fool around with boxes much. When I suggested that Livvy play along, she languidly looked my way as if to say, “You’ve gotta be kidding me,” and then looked away.
Well, I’m no person to pass up a fun holiday, heat or no heat. So here are a few blasts from the past. Happy Boxing Day! LOL
Oh my, my, my. She’s trying SO hard to be inconspicuous. Where oh where could she BE?
Hmm.. maybe she’s getting a little too big for this.
For all you Fuzzy fans– I will be posting MORE FUZZY FOTOS in the near future. He’s away most of the day (being the outdoor cat that he is) and comes home in time for dinner. When it’s very hot, he tends to stick around more often. Be warned, though– Fuzzy doesn’t do as many zany tricks as Livvy. He’s cute, but he’s just…. boring.
In other news– now that the weather is better, I have to venture up into the Attic (insert creepy organ music) soonto fix an electrical problem. My vacuum cleaner must have blown something when we used it, as the power is out to two bedrooms. It’s not the circuit breaker nor the plate covers or anything. So I have to check the junction boxes upstairs. *sigh*
Have a blessed weekend, friends!