This is Calaus
I have cared for Calaus and believe me, this cat is full of himself. His eyes are captivating; one blue and one gold. When he struts you can see every muscle move.
I'll be the first to admit that I find him very amusing at times but I do worry about him (and all neighbourhood dogs). He seems to be very street savvy and stays close to home but I'm a worrier and I guess his owners are a little more relaxed in that department. I have never seen him fight with another outdoor cat but I would put money on the fact that he rules them, too.
He has claimed this car (and I don't blame him) and you can find him up there most early evenings. What can I say? He knows he looks good on red.
This guy made me laugh.
I'm having a birthday this week...a very big, round number. So I feel like I'm in a giving mood.
I have a very pretty tea-cup that needs a new home.
I have no history on this cup as it was one of many in a box I bid on at an auction in the Spring.
It is bone china, made in England & it is named Glengarry Thistle. Good condition.
Outings are much earlier these days. It's hot, humid and sunny. Off with Sue from Just Sayin' http://readymadecosmos.blogspot.ca/ for our 5k walk.
I'm linking up with Sandi at http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.ca/ for Tea Time Tuesday & Marty at http://astrollthrulife.blogspot.ca/ for Tabletop Tuesday. Grab a cup of tea and pop over and visit all the beautiful blogs.