Thursday, February 20, 2014

Farm Cat Friday - An Elusive Sighting

We goats were out in our pens just chewing out cuds when we saw it.
We were somewhat shocked.
It hasn't been seen since the warm, sunny days of summer.
Even the publicist was surprised.


PUMPKIN THE FARM CAT!
He must have decided to go out the basement door - the publicist runs the hose out from the hot water heater so she can give us our delicious hot water in the winter. It does leave the basement door open a bit.
Silly Pumpkin!


He wandered around a bit but he was not a happy cat!
He likes it warm and sunny not cold and snowy.
I can't say that I blame him.


He didn't stay out long.
He just skulked a bit, went under the male person's truck and meowed.
Then he came out from under the truck and stared at the publicist as if she could bring back the summer.
I think SHE wishes she could bring back summer.


Pumpkin was soon done with his exploring and back in the warm and dry yurt.
But it WAS nice to see him.
None of the Farm cats are spending too much time outside right now.
Smart cats!

14 comments:

  1. Pumpkin's face and ears say it all. Enough of snow!

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  2. We cats know that it's humans who are responsible for weather! The cat before me was always mad at my human when it rained.

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  3. Guess you learned your lesson Pumpkin. You need to stay inside away from all that ice and snow and cold. We sure are sending that sun out your way. Hope it gets there really soon. Take care

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  4. He seems to have a good amount of fur for the expedition anyway.

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  5. that Pumpkin sure is handsome. but we don't blame him for heading back inside and complaining about the snow!!

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  6. If Pumpkin had known how much snow was out there, he probably wouldn't have snuck out!

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  7. I'm of a similar disposition. Warmer is better. Okay, up to a point it is.

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  8. Sorta like the groundhog of Happy Goats Farm, eh?

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  9. I cant say I blame them for staying in a toasty house, er yurt.

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  10. We'd be confirmed Yurtizens in that kind of weather, too.

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  11. The cats here are hibernating too. Lucky cats.

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  12. Well Pumpkin DOES have a nice winter coat, at least--but come to think of it-no snow boots!

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  13. OMC!! I would never ever leave that yurt! No sireee

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Maaaaaa away....

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