Sunday Selfies

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Dear furiends, as you can see, it’s a nice day to play outside with my jingle ball.

Meanwhile, Katsu is playing with his favorite crinkle ball inside.

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And here is our furiend, Angel, who lives in an old-timey schoolhouse and doesn’t have his own blog.

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I wanted to include a cactus, which I actually try to avoid… it simply is not friendly, but it does have pretty flowers and the staff claims that the dragon fruit it makes is yummy, but they’ve never shared with me.

Hope you all have a purrfect day,

Purrseidon >^.^<

This post is purrticipating in The Cat on My Head’s Sunday Selfies Blog Hop – to see what some of our furiends are doing this weekend please, click here

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22 thoughts on “Sunday Selfies

    1. Marv, Marv, Marv, Angel is a boy! So is Katsu, I’m the only girl… and purrhaps that cactus, though I’ve never been so bold as to ask such a purrsonal question of that stabby plant. >^.^<

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    1. I assure you that we are NOT related to that cactus, but doubt if the rest of us are closely related. We were all born in very different areas. Despite his denials, it was far more likely that Mr. M and I could have family ties. >^.^<

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  1. Now everything is OK, your posts are in my Reader again. The cactus have very beautiful flowers. Dear sister and brother, you look fantastic as always. That Angel, her ear looks like it has been frozen. We have here cats without ear tips because they have frozen.
    Kosmo

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    1. Angel lives in Ohio’s Appalachian mountains, which sounds like a very exotic place to Katsu and me. I don’t know why his ear is like that, but do know he lived outside as a feral for the first part of his life, so he might have frozen it. I’ve also heard that when some groups have spay/neuter clinics for ferals, they clip the eartip to identify which ones have already been ‘processed’. >^.^<

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      1. I’ve never been to Angel’s part of Ohio, so don’t know their practices, but for certain, that’s what was done in Panama…. I haven’t seen feral cats here, in FL, though imagine they exist. >^.^<

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  2. Oooh that cactus looks quite evil, despite the flowers being so nice…. Maybe you could use it to pin messages too? Anyways, we love the two selfies, you look quite focused and ready for a game. Angel looks as though they are ready for their lunch!
    Toodle pips and purrs
    ERin

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    1. Ms. ERin you are purrceptive, as always. As per the cactus, they only bloom one night and supposedly bats pollinate them, but I don’t think we have many bats around here, so Pops goes out with one of Mom’s tiny paint brushes … he hasn’t had a lot of success, but keeps trying. As I stated, these are yummy and a cousin of dragon fruit – the fruits have smooth reddish-plum skins. >^.^<

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