Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Return of Cat Tuesday (10)

Brrrr! It's cold and snowy here:




Kittehs have no trouble finding warm hide-outs.  Does this count as a kitteh pile even though Kaia and Lu (on top) are not actually touching Emmy (inside)?

16 comments:

Melissa said...

omg your kitties kill me with cuteness! my little man, jasper, fell off the balcony last night and was so embarrassed that he hid all night...even when stella went and tried to comfort him haha ;)

Alessandra @Out of the Blue said...

Lol, kitty paw prints in the snow, how cute :D

Nymeth said...

It totally counts :P

aapuzzanchera said...

How cute! Love the snow kitty prints... *swoon*

Staci said...

Yes it counts!! I so love the snow paw prints!!

Sandy Nawrot said...

Poor cold little kitteh paws! I think this probably counts as a pile. I'd take it anyday. Actually I caught two of my little rottens sleeping on the same bed about a foot away from each other...that is a pile in my house.

Lenore said...

Those are Lu's prints. He was out there for approximately .127 seconds!! Enough to make his mark anyway...

christina said...

Too cute. I love the paw prints in the snow. :))

bermudaonion said...

I'm guessing they're not enjoying the balcony these days.

misskallie2000 said...

The few times we have had snow my four don't like to go out in it. They try to walk without getting wet and shake their paws trying to get the snow off. So funny to watch.

Zibilee said...

Oh, I love the paw prints! How adorable!

caite said...

awww, what a cute little paw print.

Shelley said...

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avisannschild said...

Love the kitty prints! And yes, that totally counts as a kitty pile!

Michelle said...

Those kitty prints look like the beginning of a stalking situation. Very vicious I'm sure, LOL

Alyce said...

Those paw prints are so perfect!