Friday, October 5, 2012

Post Redux : Farm Cat Friday - I Wish I Was A Farm Cat

The publicist is not feeling well so she we are giving you a look back at an old post today. I think it was a good pick and so does the publicist since yesterday was very cold and she said that the male person lit the very first fire of the season in the yurt. I hope you enjoy reading this post again and I will be back tomorrow with a new post about those little devils, Bruce and Clarence.

 While it is cold and snowy and cold outside the Farm cats have the life.
They get to be inside the warm yurt and even get to have a warm fire!

That is right.
There is a woodstove in the yurt.
Just look at this. 

Does Stinky look like a Happy Cat or what?
Since I am a Happy Goat I think I should be allowed to sleep like this in front of the fire.

What do you think?
I think you should say yes....


  1. Yup that Stinky is enjoying that fire place or wood stove. He looks like a happy cat for sure.

  2. when our angel Butterscotch was first with me, I lived with my parents. there was a woodstove in the family room and B could be seen most evenings stretched out just like that.....

  3. Yes, Pricilla, cats seem to live better than most everyone else.

  4. Hahahaha! Stinky is toasting his belleh!! Yes, those farm cats live a good life there. Maybe you should change the name to Happy Cats Farm!

    Hobbes is ready for the first fire in the fireplace. He's been sleeping in his basket in front of it, hoping I'll turn it on.

  5. get to feeling better, patty!

    i love that pose.

  6. Today, I'd like to curl up next to the fire and warm my belly as I take a kitty nap.

  7. I do hope your publicist is feeling better now.

  8. Stinky sure looks comfy all stretched out in front of that fire!

  9. Pricilla, if you can emulate Stinky's pose, then I think the Publicist should consider allowing you to soak up some of that stove's warmth!

  10. You know a kitty is warm to stretch out so luxuriously!


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