Saturday, July 18, 2009

Wild cats get friendlier

Seek ye shade where it may be found

The lazy days of summer

Curiosity got the cat

Hello . . . can I come in . . . ?
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Lots more feline, bovine, ovine, etc. animals await your visit at our weekend Camera-Critters meme. C'mon over!




24 comments:

Snap said...

Kitties are the same everywhere -- if there is shade, they will find it! :D

Danton said...

Cats also love to whle time under parked cars.

Pietro said...

Nice sequence, Dina! What a funny expression, the kitty in the last picture! :-)

Carletta said...

I'd love to have that first little guy. He looks like a miniature tiger!

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Esther Garvi said...

Aw, beautiful! Is the first cat a real wild cat or a wild domesticated cat?

Grammy said...

They are so adorable.

i beati said...

That curiosity . I love to see them free.sandy

Brooke said...

The cat in the first two shots has the face of a bobcat. And the cat in the second two has such wonderful markings. Great shots.

Faye Pekas said...

Awww they can come to my house.

My camera critter is here today

Kay said...

Your kitty there has very unusual coloring. I think you might be a pet owner soon. Did you read about Gigi's cat CATastrophe though? Better be careful.

Malyss said...

I could spend hours observing cats! But according to what I see here, they have same ways of life everywhere! Around here, we often say that God gave cats to men to let them enjoy the pleasure of caressing the tiger..

PS1: The MLB is a joke I use evey time I see a bench which is badly used. If you stroll on my blog, you'll find some of them.
PS2:I also was interested by the linguistic problem of benches with B-root and benches with S-root.I'm very found about foreign languages .I'm glad you're too.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Dina: Be careful you never know when those wild cats will attack.

Grace and Bradley said...

The cat in the last picture really has an amazing face. Thanks for sharing.

bettyl said...

Such adorable cuties! The first one looks like he belongs in the wild!

gigihawaii said...

Dina, mahalo for visiting my blog. Yeah, cat bites are nothing to yearn for, but I am slowly recovering. Sorry to hear about your daughter. I wish her only the best and hope she makes a speedy recovery!

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

Dina:

Have been out of town helping relatives. Just catching up on your posts. Especially love the making of pickled capers. Don't you just wonder who thought up eating capers and who used to have to do the labor-intensive job of picking them????

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I guess cats are the same the world over.

Sarah said...

Oooo! Lovely cats!
We have many Cats around our house. My dad says this much cats show that still people are reach. Because they can feed cats! :D

Minie said...

looks like they are tamed cat. happy weekend.

minie

Mediterranean kiwi said...

wild cats tamed..

(bench is 'baggos' in Greek)

Abe Lincoln said...

Wild cats have a tough time of it and these look as wild as any I have seen. The one with its ears laid down, really looks like a wild cat.

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Michele said...

I feel sorry for the kitties that have to roam out there but I realize that they know no other life and that they do perfectly fine.
I guess I just feel sorry for the ones here because when the bitterly cold winter arrives in the mountains, I always think about those kitties and know that they will not survive and most often, wildlife will take them away...

STUFF said...

Aw, I like talking to stray/wild cats. :D Great photos

CJ said...

Cats, wild or domesticated, are all beautiful. Loved your photos.

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