Lotsa cats

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  1. marlingardener

    marlingardener Strong Ash

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    We had a couple of days of warmer weather and the kittens took advantage of it. Here are all four on the porch, napping as only cats can nap.
    The one with the black nose is Sophia. She is strikingly beautiful, and knows it!
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    toni Mistress of Garden Junque Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    In sleep they look more like a clowder than a glaring. Also, very comfy and adorable.
     
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    There's obviously something special about your porch Jane. They all look sooo relaxed and comfortable.
     
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    Eileen, the porch is where the food bowl is. :setf_020:
     
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    What an adorable group of cats. It's like a super welcome mat ! ;)
     
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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    Ahh that explains why the porch is so attractive!! Staying close to their food source makes sense to me.:)
     
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    So cute!! :heart:
     
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    They look so peaceful. Makes me a little sleepy looking at them.
     
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    Lovely picture,..makes one smile to see them all cuddled up close,..a peaceful image.
     
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    Philip, it's only peaceful when they are asleep. Each morning at least three accompany me to the barn (hum a few bars of I Love a Parade here) and try to get into the feed bins. They chase each other back to the house, and want treats. If my husband goes out to fill the bird feeders he has cats supervising. They get up on the kitchen windowsill and stare in, trying to see if lunch/dinner meets with their approval. Putting their feed bowl down requires the grace of a ballet dancer, a talent we both lack.
    I love our cats, but I am so very grateful that God sent us four and not five!
     
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    :sete_056:Very amusing post,..i could see it all in my mind,..they really can be entertaining and also get under ones feet,..i think they test to see have we got good reflexes,..ah yes four can be a handful five would be just pushing it :)
     
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    They sound full of personality MG.
     

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