Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Wordless Wednesday ~ 11: Curious

Seth
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  1. My beloved little boy cat Seth wondering what I was doing on the floor.

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  2. I love cats! My cat's name is Beethoven...

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  3. They always know how to pick match colors that the blend with even though they supposedly don't see them. Pretty amazing!

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  4. Gorgeous Seth, here's a kiss for you!

    *Mmmmmmwa*

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  5. After a photo like that you simply must go read my post today at The Moonboat Cafe: "Waiting for Spring." It includes two dear furry critters, both of whom are now gone. I miss them.

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  6. Aren't they the best friends! What a sweetie!

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  7. Emm if you were on the floor then Seth must have thought it was some kind of role reversal game. You should have got yourself a bowl of milk, that would have confused the lad even more.

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  8. Lovely! I like your cat, Seth. He kept his head lopsided to be curious about what you was doing. Cute!

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  9. Aww, Mandy he is so sweet--he looks a bit like our little Daggers, don't you think?

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  10. Love it! He looks like a great guy. Hope he's with you for a long, long time.

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  11. @ Earl's Daughter: Beethoven is an awesome name for a cat!!

    @ Book Dilettante: Of course!

    @ Sukhmandir Kaur: Thank you! I am baised but I think he is pretty amazing too.

    @ JaPRA: Just so you know, he was very patient while you held him and kissed him and then he trotted off in a regal manner.

    @ Cassandra: It was lovely! Cats are so special!

    @ Carolyn: Definitely. He is absolutely my best friend.

    @ Martyn: Haha! Seth likes to think of himself as a bit of a lord, so we call him Lord Sethley. I think he must have thought I was in my rightful place.

    @ Ellen: I know - he can be so adorable sometimes.

    @ ProdigalWife: They do look alike! Such little angels.

    @ Erin: Oh, me too! My old cat is still in South Africa and she is 18 this year!

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