Daily Photos: So What Have We Been Up To?

Paint me like one of your French cats.

 

Another week has gone by and you have no idea what we’ve been up to! Well, it’s the human’s fault because I’ve been up to some TNR and some rescue and when I sit down to write a blog post I fall asleep. That just means I need to catch up, so we’ll do that today. In order from oldest to newest, above is Hamlet from July 31. He is irresistible.

Also from July 31…

It was the Meow Mobile today when six little kittens lost their unnecessary body parts. Thanks to Pittsburgh CAT for rescuing, fostering, and finding them great forever homes and Humane Animal Rescue for providing low-cost spay and neuter. I’m just the driver listening to the chorus.

Six kittens for surgeries.
The back seat kitten chorus.

From August 3…

A walk in the rain was worth it this morning for this. No, Mimi did not get the squirrel, but she got close enough before he realized that he may think twice about another visit on the ground.

Mimi stalks the squirrel.

Because there are no more spots available anywhere in the house. This is at my elbow, at my desk. They are looking down at my lap and taking aim.

No other spots in the house.

From August 5…

Who are you, our pet sitter? We haven’t seen much of our human lately. (11 kitties all trapped, surgeries and moved to farm today. Now I can get back in my own kitties’ good graces.)

Who are you?

From August 6…

Big screen CatTV this morning. Several babies are fledging and learning how to eat at the feeder and cheeping wildly. Bella, Basil and Hamlet are purrfectly camouflaged. Basil always hides behind the center bar and peeks around the sides, Hamlet is flat peeking over the windowsill, and Bella fades into the corner.

Big screen cat TV

From August 7…

Welcome kitty says, “Have a beautiful day!”

Welcome kitty with pretty flowers.

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From health and welfare to rescue and adoption stories, advocacy and art, factual articles and fictional stories, "The Creative Cat" offers both visual and verbal education and entertainment about cats for people who love cats, pets and animals of all species.

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