Thursday, November 15, 2012

Brief intermission

...from Tobago pics, that is.

Guess who ran out on the front porch (screened and enclosed, so no worries of kitty escape!) last night?


Emily then realized it was -8 Celsius out there, and just not as appealing as originally anticipated!



"Mummy! Drop the camera and LET ME IN!!!"


20 comments:

  1. Ha Nowhere near as cold here but our four are more reluctant to stay out for long

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    1. Amazing to think Julius spent a winter outside before we adopted him in Nova Scotia. He had an incredible fur coat then!

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  2. Oh Emily,it's all good fun until someone freezes an ear off!!! You are an indoor girl for a reason.
    Jane x

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    1. She already lost the very tip of her tail to frostbite, when I found her last January!!!

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  3. OMG - she's enormous now!

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    1. She is, and she's so LONG!

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  4. Haha! Silly goofball.

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    1. That girl's on fire, all the time!

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  5. Perfect example of pets controlling the owner. Love it!

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    1. We are slaves to them all.

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  6. Were you taking a photo so you could place it on the door to remind her of the incident, should she try this again?? Brrrrrrrr, I wouldn't go out in that cold, XOXO

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    1. Susan, -8C ain't nothin'. :) I don't stop walking outside 'till it's under -30C. :)

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  7. Maybe she was just politely going outside to break wind?

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  8. The look on her face... priceless!

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  9. -8? Good grief. What does it get down to in the winter?
    Bet she won't be going out there then..

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    1. The lowest I've ever experienced is -40C. It's often -20C in January/February, or lower. We are between Ottawa and Montreal. Little Emily showed up in January this year as a tiny kitten, when it was -20 with a windchill of -28C. I spent 24 hours trying to catch her and thought she would die before I did. But she survived!!

      http://knatolee.blogspot.ca/2012/01/im-officially-crazy-cat-lady.html

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  10. - 8 ??
    BRRR !!
    Luckily we haven´t that temperatures in south Sweden yet :)

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  11. Combination of her face and your face in the final one is very good.

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