Daily Photo: “Really, That’s Very Interesting.”

black cat with head tilted
“Really, that’s very interesting.”

I get the idea she’s being polite and just wants to enjoy her sunbath. But she’s awfully cute.

Possibly a photo for the 2014 Compositions in Black and Green calendar? Read more below.

AND…pawprints in the snow on my desk on the deckÔÇöand they are not Mimi’s! Who has been visiting?

Pawprints in the snow on the table.
Pawprints in the snow on the table.

Gifts Featuring Cats You Know
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2013 desk and journal calendars on sale through February!

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4 thoughts on “Daily Photo: “Really, That’s Very Interesting.”

  • February 19, 2013 at 6:39 pm
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    She does have a question on her very pretty face ­čÖé
    She is really interested in what you are doing.
    We see pawprints in our snow too. They belong to
    an orange kitty. The other prints belong to many ducks ­čśë heehee
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Treasure,Tiger,JJ and julie

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    • February 19, 2013 at 6:44 pm
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      I had to wake her up to photograph her. She is very polite as well as pretty.

      Our pawprints belong to a rude unneutered tabby with white paws, I think, unless there are more in the neighborhood this spring.

      Nice to see you!

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    • February 19, 2013 at 10:44 am
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      I love her whiskers–the sign she really is, kind of, listening.

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