Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Sun-flower gazing.

''Oh, you're just spoiling me Pip with all these window poses. Trying to charm the cat-sitter, are you?''

'' I do think you are as beautiful as a sunflower.''

"What are you looking at Pip?"

"Oh, I see someone else is intrigued with the flowers."

"So, am I right in thinking you love your cat-sitter, Pip, but her dog you can do without?"

"Oh, okay then."


Pip and Mooty belong to a friend and client who loves dogs and had offered her lovely acreage for my dog, Kane to have a run-about.
Run-about might be stretching's more like a stroll at 14 years of age.

I said "So long for now" to Pip and Mooty today. What darling cats they were to take care of. 
Mooty would lead me (with those soulful eyes) into the sitting room and wait on the couch for me to groom her.

Pip just wanted to play.
I'm going to miss them.

 hugs, Deb


  1. Beautiful cats, Deb. Great that Kane has this large area to stroll about in. We've just lost our 12-year-old askari dog, Toffee and I've posted about it. Wonderful thing blogging; therapeutic in such cases like mine yesterday! Have a great day. Jo

  2. Such sweet cats. What a great place for Kane to stroll.

  3. One wonders how they'd feel to know Kane's quite used to being around cats.

  4. They are so sweet and have pretty eyes!

  5. Hi Deb! I love kitties too! :). We have five house kitties (three "kittens": Spotty Spock, Sulu, and Billy Bones, their mum Snickers and our Ginger boy). I love your photographs. We are in the upper peninsula of Michigan and travel through your lovely province on our annual trek to New England- route 17 /417 all the way.