Brace yourself, I took a lot of cat photos this week and they aren't even all in this post. More to come!
I love this photo of my beautiful Honey (if I do say so myself!) She is the SWEETEST cat and loves to be picked up and cuddled. She has a tendency to follow me to the house, then run in after me. :) I think she is trying to tell me that this barn cat stuff is all nonsense. Tonight she had her supper in the kitchen with the other house cats, because I called Emerson and she came running in with him!
This is our beautiful Buttercup enjoying some warm winter sun at the back of the barn. She's one of our three Greek kitties adopted through my friend Joan's God's Little People cat rescue in Greece.
This is her sister Daisy, enjoying the sun while balanced precariously on an up-ended board.
And the third sister, Honey. The back of the barn faces south and it can get quite warm along that wall when the sun is out.
I think Buttercup was watching the ponies!
Buttercup and Honey shared this poopy chair. The chickens like it too!
...Finney ran up to check out Daisy, who was not impressed (note tail!)
She kept an eye on him!
Greek cats everywhere!
Honey got up on the board to look at Esme, who is much more cat-positive. Honey jumped down into Esme's box stall last night while Esme was having supper and sat in the hay. Esme just sniffed her a few times and kept eating. It was very sweet. Honey is the cat most obsessed by the ponies. She is always hanging around their stalls!
A little later, Daisy and Buttercup shared the poopy chair!
And Buttercup is quite the acrobat!
...enjoys a patch of sun by the box stalls.
I think this is Buttercup. Unless it's not!
And Missy, our adorable calico! She's a true Canadian. Pip sometimes plays a little too rough with her. I think that's why she has some scratches on her nose.
She is an exquisite little cat!
She also loves the ponies. At her last home, she had two donkey friends she was very close to.
Emerson watching Honey and Daisy have a literal roll in the hay!
Emerson (top) gets a long really well with the three Greek girls, and especially Honey (front). I often find him running around with Honey.
Emerson and Daisy went outside for a walk around the snowy garden.
I wonder if Daisy (or is that Buttercup?!) is dreaming of the Greek island she left behind?
They do stand out on the snow! And I like the big shadow Daisy is casting.
Cats are fabulous.
Hope you all have a lovely weekend, and thank you for all your kind and fun comments!