Mewsette is the only one brave enough to actually get snow falling on herself, though all four were at the window when I opened it to fill the feeders. I let them get a good sniff, then I make them all back away while I actually fill the feeders. They are better than another crop of cats at this window—years ago, both Kublai and Allegro launched themselves outside, right over my head.
Someone else was not at all interested in snow. In fact, some tough little street cat turned around and went right back inside after a brief tour of the deck, where she sat and sulked. Really, Mimi tried to make the best of it, had a good scratch and sniffed a few things, but I was by myself outside in the light snow, filling the feeders in the 20 degree temperatures. The birds get more on Sundays than other days just because we have more time to watch them.
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