Wednesday, September 14, 2016

The Dreamiest Bean

Charlene has always had some pretty spectacular peepers. When she was younger, they were a deep cerulean blue, but as she's aged, they have become lacy and turned to a steel blue.  They look oceans  viewed from far above.

It's hard to catch how lovely they are indoors, but in natural light, they are absolutely dreamy.

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Of course Wylla's got some pretty fabulous eyes, too.

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10 comments:

  1. The blue eyes! That's exactly how I ended up with Siamese mixes. I found out after I started researching Siamese cats that they are also really friendly and people-oriented, which was what I wanted, and after 11 years with my fuzzy buddies, this has proven to be entirely true. thanks for the pics!

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  2. I spied some Pepper Pot nail polish at a boutique in San Francisco this week and thought of the kitties! They even had some IBKC special edition shades.

    I think it would be an awesome idea if Pepper Pot did some cat eye tones like Butterbean Blue and Winsome Wylla... I'd buy those for sure!

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  3. 👉🏼Everything👈🏼 about Bean is beautiful! Wylla, too!

    Peggy

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  4. What a nice way to spend a Wednesday - gazing at Kitten Eyes of Ocean Blue and Dreamy Green Gold. Thanks!

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  5. It's hard to pick which thing I love more, Bean's eyes or her floof.

    Also, I think I found one of Wylla's relatives: https://mostlycatsmostly.tumblr.com/post/149843227822/fortuna-via-christiane-neitzel

    K from MN

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  6. You are so lucky to have two such gorgeous girls...

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  7. So different, but both so spectacular. Sapphire and Owl. :)

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  8. Do you know why Charlene's eyes developed that pattern?
    (Philippa)

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