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Saturday, June 9, 2012

Summer prepping

Every sun-puddle in our home is discovered sooner or later.

The temperature is cooler today so walking Kane was a joy. I'm not a fan of high humidity.
We put the screen addition on the deck so we will have a place to enjoy barbeques without bugs bothering us. Love that. The cats can enjoy it, too without any chance of them wandering away. 
Audrey...well, we do have a 'climbing screen' problem with her. I'm not sure if she is ready for the deck yet. It only takes one moth.

I saw a sweet face looking down on us on our walk this morning.


Made my day!
hugs, Deb




10 comments:

  1. Your blog makes my day. >^..^<

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  2. I love how our kittehs find those sun puddles too..have a great weekend.;)

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  3. The sun puddles here were followed as well.
    Um I probably shouldn't tell you this but about 10 minutes after you left the girls meandered down the stairs "Ah did i hear the treat bag a-shakin?"
    CATS!

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  4. That window kitty is gorgeous! "climbing screen problem" - i like that! Amazing what you can do with claws, it's like walking up the wall!

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  5. Hey!
    What a wonderful blog. And you as me love cats. Though I have a small Papillon dog I am equaly in love with both creatuers.My latest cat now lives at an farm and have a good life.A better life thuogh I live near citystreets and other dangerous things. I am looking forward to hear and see more from your lovely home! Best whises from
    Marie- Louise in west-Sweden

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  6. Yep, us cats are like sun puddle magnets!

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  7. Heheheheh! Here is very cold and the cats also find places where there is sun to warm up! Kisses!

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  8. Aw, that really is such a sweet face! I just adore that silly Audrey.
    Brenda

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  9. I have a daughter named Audrey. She is named after my mother. Lovely to have a screened in porch. I bet those kitties love laying out there. Thanks for linking up today. Happy Sunday!!

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  10. I don't blame the cats for gravitating to the ray of sunshine. I would too.
    Thanks for stopping by, Mary Alice

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