Duke looks like he is not sure what to think!
He wasn't sure at all! Hence, the blank stare. Thanks for dropping by. Your books sound like fun! Happy WW
Cats are so cute in the snow...I have one that runs around and growls lol. Funny to watch.Happy WW!
Thanks for dropping by Paula! We get snow so rarely here that Duke has only seen snow once. He was confused most of the time he was out in the snow. :)
Great shots, Mary. Shows personality.
Hi Ellen! He does have a distinct purrsonality! ;) Thanks for dropping by!
I love your shots. The little bird is so sweet and your cat duke is very brave to explore the cold snow. His white face is so funny!I've got photos of our kitten on my post. She didn't come home today. My youngest child is so sad. :( Hubby and my other daughter are out looking for her and knocking on people's doors with a photo of her.Tina - Amanda's Books and More
Hi Christina. So happy you found Tabitha! I'm sure Amanda is thrilled. Thanks for dropping by. Have a wonderful day!
Nice photos, yes, I like, that cat is happy in the snow.
He was funny about it! thanks for dropping by!
Gorgeous kitty! Such a sweet little furry face :-)
Thanks for dropping by Leisa. I loved your shots of Miami Beach and the bracelet! Have a great day.
Cute cat! He is certainly checking out the snow.
Hi Judy! He was certainly curious! I love the kind of surprised look on him. Maybe he got a headache from sticking his face in the snow!Have a wonderful day!
Those are some great pictures! Thanks for sharing. :-)
Thanks Susannah. :) :) I enjoyed popping over to your blog and seeing the singing drive through order!Have a great day!
I love all of these, but particularly the photo of Duke with snow on his face...priceless!
He's not the brightest bulb on the tree. But we do love him! Thanks for dropping by!
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Aww...Duke-y. Love these, Mary!