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Saturday, October 31, 2015

Huge Yellow White Cat . . .

Think Transformed To Scary Black Cat
HAPPY HALLOWEEN
~
Yellow/White Cat taunts Snickers . . . by sauntering through the yard . . .
No idea where he/she calls home!
Snickers sees him/her, (or hears him/her) and barks her head off!
We saw her, (made a decision, "she is she, says me") yesterday
and Snickers was slightly intimidated from a distance.
This morning, on our rainy Halloween Day walk, "huge she cat"
was sitting on a transformer box at the road edge of our property.
Snickers was no longer intimidated . . . "Woof, Woof" LOUDLY!
I took Snickers back inside, grabbed my phone and snapped a couple photos for




soups on at our house
stop over for a cup or bowl
~
HH

12 comments:

Deb said...

She's lovely. I hope she hasn't been abandoned. It happens everywhere.

Adam said...

There's a cat that always hangs around the parking lot at my wife's work. I wonder how it survives, I can only assume it has no home

Margaret Adamson said...

Now I love soup and if you lived near, I would pop over. Love the cat (ginger) Have a lovely weekend.

Kim said...

What a sweet kitty. We had two...they were inside/ outside kitties and I am sure that they made their rounds, too. I wonder if anyone knew where they lived? They would come home at night and I would ask them where they'd been, like they would answer.

Nancy said...

The kitty is adorable and so pretty......I love soup....It's definitely time to get the soup pot out....

TexWisGirl said...

oh, she's a beauty! even if she drives snickers mad!

Gail said...

She looks very healthy and pretty.

eileeninmd said...

Poor Snickers does not want strange cats in her yard. That is her territory! It is a pretty kitty, maybe it belongs to a neighbor? Enjoy your weekend!

Sarah Huizenga said...

Sweet looking kitty, she must belong to someone in the neighborhood.

A Joyful Cottage said...

She's a beautiful cat. Soup sounds like a good idea! Enjoy!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

She looks very well fed and cared for in the photo's. I had one visit me last night too. Thought he was wild at first but after coming to me to be petted.. I mean what IS there about an animal that looks to us for help, food, compassion.. are they really so different than us humans. I hope she was not lost. That is always so sad.

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, Lynne! Just stopping back to say thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Monday, have a great new week!