20 December 2011

Cold Paws


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It was very icy here first thing this morning
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and it was too cold for mum to venture out without umpteen layers
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so she sent me outside
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to see if I slipped over and landed on my bottom
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Well of course I didn't I'm a cat
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and if I had I wouldn't have showed all of you!!
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31 comments:

  1. Ha! Only humans do silly things like slipping and landing on their bottoms!

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  2. Bet your cute little paws were cold though!! Go inside and warm them up by standing on your Mom ;) heehee

    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Tiger,Treasure and JJ

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  3. It looks chilly and icy! Our mom has three different pairs of ice-grippers for the bottoms of her boots...maybe someone could design little kitty paw ice grippers too. LOL.

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  4. Oooh Hannah!! Please be careful! Lucky you have a gorgeous floofy furry coat unlike mum! Yay! Hope you got tons of extra chickhen for being so helpful too!! :-)

    Hugs to sweet Lucy! Take care
    x

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  5. Oh Hannah, do be careful, it does look icy there. Also glad you didn't fall on your cute behind. That is a great picture of you. Hope you all can stay warm today. Take care.

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  6. Aren't your feets cold, Hannah?? We're glad you didn't slip. That would have been very undignified!! But funny!! ;)

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  7. Get back inside Hannah and warm up!!!

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  8. Yes, you should be back inside warming up those pretty paws!

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  9. We wouldn't haf blamed you, either! Go inside and stay warm! It's goin to be a balmy 65 here today. Not very Christmassy. xoxo

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  10. Us kitties always land on our feets anyway, right?

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  11. I think you had great control over that slippery walk way!
    Happy Tuesday,
    ~ Bob

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  12. Typical human ! instead she should knit you some socks to keep your delicate little paws warm !

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  13. IT does look rather "slippy" in those photos!

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  14. Oh! Yous should be careful! Me slipped on the ice last year! It resulted in falling in the snow.
    Mes got laughed at!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  15. Ice is nasty stuff. Snow is OK, but not ice.

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  16. Did your toesies get cold???

    ~Slash & Bronzy

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  17. Yep, it is going to be in the mid-sixties here also. Kind of hard to get into the Christmas mood.

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  18. There's no way you can slip and land on that cute bottom of yours when you have those pretty white boots!

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  19. You be careful out there cause its cold and we dont want you catching a chill.. HUgs GJ xx

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  20. Hannah
    Brrrrr that does look cold. Time to go inside.
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  21. Oh sounds very cold! Be careful not to catch cold, Hannah.

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  22. Eeep, our toes feel cold just looking at those pics!

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  23. Oh, sweet Hannah did your paws freeze? You have those nice claws to keep you steady on ice so no chance of you slipping. You sure look beautiful out there on that ice...get in and get warm though. Hugs and nose kisses

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  24. We hope your little paws didn't get cold cause it sure looks slippery. We bet your mom wishes she had your beautiful furs on a cold day like today!

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  25. MOL, quite right! A cat has her dignity.

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  26. Your paws must have been very chilly, but it looks like you have lots of nice, thick fur to keep the rest of you warm! And Sparkle is right: only humans do silly things like fall on their bottoms. Not that I'd know anything about that, of course.

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  27. Ooo! I remember THOSE days - outside. *brrrr* Glad I'm not THERE anymore!

    And of course you wouldn't slip, or show us if you did, Hannah! It would be most uncouth ....

    PURRS!
    Selina

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  28. We are glad you didn't land on your bum Hannah. That is best left to the Humans to do.

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  29. Good thing you've got a thick coat what with that icy weather. Now it's a bit milder, things are safer underfoot.

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