Monday, September 23, 2013

What's Going On Out There, Bean?

Sunshine.   There's sunshine out there.  

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And in just a few minutes there will be a patch on the floor for me to nap in. 


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I can hardly wait. 

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Hurry, please. 

13 comments:

  1. Ah, the tough life of a cat.. I want to be a cat in my next life and sleep in the sun, too. :)

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  2. Soak it up while you can, Beanie--the fall rains have begun...

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  3. lol. LG likes to stand and peer out of the dining room window. Sometimes he growls at passing dogs or at neighbors. Our sill is lower so it's a bit of an easier peek for him. It's funniest when he cranes his neck to look up and down the street. (Hey you dogs, get off my lawn!!)

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  4. Poor Beanie. In a few weeks the days will be noticeably shorter as we get into fall then winter. Take all the warm naps in the sun you can now. I wonder if the furnace has been turned on yet. My cat Pepi's favorite day is when I turn on the furnace. She'll cover the whole vent with her tummy.

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  5. Sunshine is very important for kitties! I'm glad you're having a sunny day for your girls; I know how seldom that can happen in your part of the world.

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  6. Every feline needs a sun bath!

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  7. This post inspired me to go out and get one of those window cat perches like I'd been meaning to do for ages and set it up. It's a hit.

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  8. In a pose like that, it's clear that she's not fat, just floofy!!! Great stretch there, Bean!

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  9. Miss Butterbean, you look so svelte as you are worshipping the sunbeam.
    Thank your Wee sisfur for keeping you busy!

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  10. very cute Butterbean - are you going to share your sunbeam with Wylla ?? BTW - love the "Emma curtains" - our cats love them too :-) as they keep out the Texas heat!

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  11. Beautiful kitty and curtains to boot! Where did you get those lovely curtains?!

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  12. They are from World Market, and they're called "Emma".

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