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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wordless Wednesday ~ Cat Nap

Roof-Top Nap
Rurality Blog Hop #8

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amanda said...

Ha! What a great image this is!
A perfect place to perch in the sun.
Love those old shakes on the roof - they are one of my favorite man-made textures.

Kristin Aquariann said...

That kitty doesn't look like he wants to be rescued anytime soon. Cute. ^.^

♥ aquariann
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Crystal said...

Oh very cute! I love orange kitties :)

A Quiet Corner said...

What a perfect perch...just high enough!...:)JP

Amy Burzese said...

So cute. Great catch.

Amanda said...

Wow - impressive perch! Reminds of my kitty :)

Loredana Donovan said...

Very cute! Visiting from Rurality meme :)

Buttons said...

Oh I love the weathered shingles and the cat is beautiful. Great shot. B

Anonymous said...

Love orange kitties... ours was a great hunter and a lover named George, he was the only kitty that I've ever had that was healthy one day, curled up next to the fire in the family room at night and passed away in his sleep, I was thankful that my kids (we had him for 14 years they were in HS at the time) weren't devastated that he simply went outside and never came home. Thanks for coming over and sharing today on RBH... if I get a chance to come back down your way, we'll have to exchange #s so we can meet for a cup of coffee and maybe spend a day trip shooting together, that would be the cat's meow! xo

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

awww, that is too cute. ( :

Dreaming said...

Yes, this is a wonderful picture. I love the contrast of the rough shingles with your cat's coat. He has such a great look on his face! It is almost as if he is saying, "And you have a problem with this...why???"

Cindy D. said...

I actually lived in a house with shingles like that.

2 doors down was another house that used to have shingles like that, but they were in a pile on the ground. We ended up using those discarded shingles for kindling because they would light quicker than anything else around.

When I think back to how our chimney had no spark arrestor and our roof was made of kindling, I often wonder how we did not burn to the ground.

Oddly enough I drove past there in December amazed to find that the house still stands and people still live in it, and it still has those crappy shake shingles.

Nothing like living on the "wild side"!

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