Monday, September 17, 2007

Curiosity


A giant's bedsprings?
A cat activity toy?
Curious!

13 comments:

Daisy said...

That looks like something very scairty and dangerous that I would not be allowed to play on Is it a kind of farm equipment???

Henry Helton said...

Well, I haven't a clue. I bet that Daisy is right, though.

Miz said...

It is an interesting thing...I agree with Daisy, farmers tool.

Just Sharlene and My Spice Cats said...

Errr....what are those things?

The Ginger Darlings said...

We have slept on it and now consider it to be a device for curling the whiskers of very giant cats.

Nick said...

I have consulted with my patron the Green Knight, and he avows this is the bridge of the Iron Lyre of Lir, no doubt left there for safekeeping and perhaps retuning by the Sun.

annie said...

.... or that is what small children had been told by their elders, but there are some who tell a different tale, they say this puzzling lyre-like structure is actually the rusting exploded remains of a monstrous Victorian time machine. What happened to
the scientist (or scientists?) however remains a mystery...

Daisy said...

Yes, yes! It is a giant whisker curler!!

Monty Q. Kat said...

I agree-whisker curler indeed.

Do you walk year-round or stay inside when the snowcat comes?

Dorothy said...

I've just been enjoying your posts of late. I haven't been by in a while. I'm always amazed at the beauty you are surrounded with, the ginger cats and your paintings.

Ex-Shammickite said...

But a giant whisker curler would only be of use if you had giant whiskers!!!

Libbys Blog said...

Great fun to play in. Good luck with the book.

Kitikata-san said...

Indeed. Giant whisker curlers.