Friday, January 8, 2016

HAPPY CATS

I think they have adapted to their new high-rise home pretty well...


Solar powered and happy!

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  1. Such a wonderful sight -- two happy souls! We have two cats here in DFW -- and they LOVE a sunny spot! Love your blog!

    Cheers! Jan at Rosemary Cottage

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    1. Thank you, they are happy happy for sure! And thanks for the sweet words. Come back and visit!!

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  2. They have settled in very nicely.

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    1. much easier than we expected. Brisbane (well Hobart too for that matter) have only ever known the house. Brisbane for 15 years. He just fit right in!

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  3. That's a lovely photo !!!
    Greetings

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    1. Hello! Thanks, they are happy and that makes us happy, ha.

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  4. They look so cozy and contented. Looks like they've found their perfect spot to sunbathe!

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    1. Until they go on a tear after breakfast, LOL. but yes, they are in that same spot almost daily.

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  5. I wish I could sleep just as easily as a cat in a sunny spot. Last time I slept in a sunny spot, I got a terrible sunburn.

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    1. Can't they though? Yep, same here, last time I slept in the sun it didn't end so well. :-)

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  6. Great shot.....beautiful babies.

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    1. It's amazing how they just go 100mph and then just lay down and sleep. Thanks!!

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    1. Makes me want to sleep right now, ha. .

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  8. They know how to make themselves comfortable. And how I would love to be able to relax (and sleep) as well as a cat.

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    1. They've got it down to an art form. It's genetic, ha.

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  9. Awww - enjoying the sun puddles.

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    1. I love that descriptions, sun puddles!!

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  10. I'm glad I read the title. It looked dire when I first looked at the picture! The they are in exactly the same spot makes me wonder if that maximizes both the warmth factor and the ability to trip up human as much as possible! Wishing you joy in your new hone.

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    1. Thank you dear Alison!! You'll be here soon! Yep, the 'trip up factor' is pretty strong with these two, ha.

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