12-9-15 Wednesday

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Okay, I’m starting to think I’ve taken enough close-ups of this gorgeous girl.

But then… can you really get enough?

Here’s another look at that tail.

And a look from across the room. She was hit by the sun and started melting.

Down for the count!


Jake gets his loon on.


2014: I have to say that she’s not very good at being feral.
2013: β€œAH LOVES FEATHERRRRRRS!!!! ::jazzpaws::”
2012: No entry.
2011: Stress runs in the family.
2010: Here’s some cute to tide you over ’til then.
2009: Christmas shopping – I HAVE THE SOLUTION FOR YOU!
2008: I guess she’s mellowing in her old age.
2007: Stinkerbelle seethes.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.



12-9-15 Wednesday — 18 Comments

  1. I got my Christmas card yesterday…and laughed!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!

    But oddly, Adele hasn’t arrived in the mail, yet? Any idea why?

  2. I, too, got my card yesterday. So cute! Thank you! Now if only Adele was under my tree this year. Sigh.

  3. Hello Ms. Robyn! We got your wonderful Christmas Card today in the mail, thank you so much!! It is sooooooo cute πŸ™‚
    I hope you will be receiving ours before Christmas, too.

  4. Hi Robyn,
    No, there cannot be too many close-ups of the spectacular Adele!

    Have you gotten any updates on Skinny Pete, Badger and Combo?

    • No pictures of them, but they were spayed and neutered last week, and will be headed off to Petsmart any time now. I’m hoping to get to Petsmart when they go so I can give them some love, and get some pictures. πŸ™‚

  5. Dear Robyn, I report that the Christmas card from you has just reached me in Szczecin, Poland – it’s absolutely beautiful! Do you keep records on to how many (and which) countries you send Xmas cards?
    Adele is a stunning beauty – and she knows it! πŸ™‚

  6. From those golden eyes to the tip of her floofy tail, Adele certainly is one beautiful cat.

  7. Hey Robyn!
    I have a question for you and your readers. So I am hoping to move out on my own within the next few months, and I have my own cat to take with me. I adopted him at a year old, and ever since he’s never been without another cat around (He’s about 2 1/2 now I believe. They didn’t have a birthdate for him). Granted, the other cats he’s been around have never been anything like friendly towards him, but still. My question is, should I try to find him a friend when we get our own place? He’s an indoor/outdoor kitty, but I’m thinking of making him permanently indoor when I get my own place. I’m just too afraid of losing him! He’s a pretty active kitty and is one HUGE love bug, when he feels like getting the love. I just worry about him being cooped up in a little apartment all day with nothing to entertain him.
    Thanks all!

    • First of all, please get your kitty micro-chipped, if he isn’t already. πŸ™‚

      A second kitty is a lovely idea. Just be sure you properly introduce them. Also, it may be easier if you get the new kitty at the same time you move. Your kitty will not have staked out territory and you can slowly introduce them. If you don’t know how do that let us know…we will walk you through it! πŸ™‚

      • I actually don’t have a very good idea how to introduce them. With the cat he lives with now, he is a mainly outdoor cat (he’s inside maybe an hour out of the day, unless it’s really cold out) so we just let them sniff each other through the screen when they dared to venture close to one another. With the previous cat he lived with, she was in the room I was going to designate as his when we got home, and I didn’t realize it until I heard the hissing five minutes after letting him free. So… so much for slowly introducing them there.