From the Archives: Hide and Seek, 2011

cat in weeds
Find the tortie in this picture.

Tortie Cookie blends in with the autumn abundance of overgrowth in my garden October 1, 2011, the golden late-afternoon sun contrasting with the deep patterns and giving Cookie the perfect camouflage. She is well aware she is camouflaged and is looking right at me because she wants me to find her. If I did not, she would find me, or she would emerge from her hiding place…

cat in weeds
I’m right here!

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One thought on “From the Archives: Hide and Seek, 2011

  • October 3, 2013 at 2:50 pm
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    cookie…grate job oh hidin…we trooly dinna see ewe !! =^–^=
    trooly 🙂

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