Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Those cats know exactly what they want and they're not afraid to voice their opinions.
I can see why they would be jealous, it IS a gorgeous tree!
They got it right but you got it right too.
This brought a smile to my morning. They look like a pair of fine china ornaments in your last pic - perhaps they'd enjoy being immortalised thus. But for me these picture book stories are a fine memento of two feisty kittehs.
I've developed a great fondness for black and white cats. Yours are such beauties!Deana the Queena
Delightful! Those kittehs have a lady who knows them too well.
What disdainful looks they can give, and I love them for it!
oh it looks like you may be in trouble...ha...they def look intimidating...smiles...but i understand...smiles.
I love your kittehs, your posts about them make me laugh...cats...everything is on their terms, LOL! Gotta love 'em!
omgoodness....I just love those kittens
Hope the intervention didn't work. I love your nature photographs.
They are a couple of oreo cookies. I like them a lot. Yes they would need to wake up from their rest between rest to even have an intervention. But lunch break is good too.
Have they made themselves perfectly clear? Or do you need more intervention?xo
You show us the most beautiful photos of your North Carolina mountains! But that last picture of your twin cats is adorable. They are like our cats – will find a little piece of paper and sit on it.
Love the Kittehs. Watch those little buggers. They look like they have plans to one day rule the world!!
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