Friday, July 15, 2022

Lovely Kitties!

A new batch of kitties seen on my 'hood rambles.
Sneakers, the brofur to Sly.
This kitty wouldn't allow me to read her tag.
Stray, with tattered ears and wonky eye.
 A regular for meals where Old Guy hangs out.
Darn if I can remember this gent's name!
Lives six houses away from Eastside Cats; he simply showed up on the porch, and the humans took him in, and they love him to pieces.
Surprise kitty.
I've been strolling past this house for DECADES, and this was the first time that I saw a cat in the window.

12 comments:

  1. Great collection of cats. They all look good :)
    Guess the cat in the window just wanted to say Hi!
    Purrs, Julie

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  2. It's wonderful to see kitties on your strolls. I enjoy it here too. Some want loving and others not so much.

    I linked this post to Feline Friday.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. Scritches to the kitties. ♥

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  3. Lovely kitties, indeed! You have the best walks.

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  4. Always nice to see the neighborhood cats!

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  5. We too saw two "new" cats in our little neighborhood for the first time, even though their parents have lived here for ages. But, they could be like us--not that inclined to show themselves on a windowsill. Glad all your buds are visible!

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  6. The cats in your area are multiplying like kittens

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  7. It is such a joy, mom said, to see us in the window or otherwise.

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  8. You sure do see a lot of kitties when you stroll...I sometimes see them...but not nearly as many as you:)
    But, I do see quite a few dogs, LOL!

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  9. That poor stray; I'm glad he has food provided him. And I like the idea of a stray showing up at a house, and the people there simply taking him in, forever.

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  10. Folks around here seem to take good care of cats, I'm glad to say. And aside from a long gone neighbor, the same can be said of dogs. I had to stop watching "Animal Cops" back in the day because those stories enraged me.

    Thank you for being such awesome caregivers.

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