Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Bags and rain.

It rains. Every day it rains and the familiar paths have turned to streams. Earth has turned to mud. Water falls from the winter trees and drips onto wet fur.





She brought us a beautiful present back from America, a bag from some cats. It seems these clever cats have lots of books.
A bag is always a treat for a cat kept in too long by rain.




So we play, and She paints and it is good that She is again in Her place where She should be, though travels in America seemed interesting.




We like our bag. You can fit many cats inside. And we are glad that She is back.

11 comments:

PKPWV said...

Bags are SO fun!~ glad your human is back...we like ginger cats-we are two ginger cats and a russian!

Kodak, Winton and 3 Perf

dinahmow said...

How kind of Jackie to bring you a special cat bag! We have a small cardboard box, all the way from Canada (our friend packed a painting in it)and we love it.
(signed for) Geiger and Sporran and Rusty

Harmony said...

LOL...I love the cats in the bag.

Mary Beth said...

Empty cardboard boxes and paper bags make the best hiding places, especially when another unsuspecting cat is walking by! They are even better than the toys that come in them!

Ex-Shammickite said...

Don't get stuck in the bag, Pixie!

goldenshade said...

Wonderful bag! Perfect for playing and hiding, waiting for the right moment to claw a bare foot or paw going by. Hope the rain clears up soon, you must be feeling a tad cagey.

~love Goldie and Shade

Kitikata-san said...

Those bags look fun!

Boy said...

Gwad that your bean is back! That wooks an awesome bag!

Bimbimbie said...

I see all is how it should be in Feline paradise now your special "she" has returned from her travels.
Do hope you manage to face the right way when she's talking to you *!*

Strawberry Lane said...

How adorable!

Tiggie FOC said...

Baker and Taylor the library cats had quite a life. You can see their life story on the video from Iron Frog.

The video is called "Puss in Books" and it has footage of cats that live in libraries in America. The Iron Frog webpage will let you find which libraries have cats around the world.

My lady is a librarian, but I told her I was not available for work.