Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Sticky whiskers



All this week Hannah has had an unusual breakfast made with milk and sort of oat things. Kiffer tried to get into her bowl, and being a nice girl Hannah shared.




Yum!
Meanwhile She continues to ignore us and paint paint paint!

11 comments:

Buskitten said...

Mornin Jax,
Oh, has Hannah been having porridge? Two of our cats absolutely LOVE porridge, and will stop at nothing to get at it! I've just been having a lovely look at your pictures - great bird photos, and that is a lovely mac you have there! I have a little ibook, but I can't seem to get it on-line (something beyond me to do with weir passwords).
Starlight is BRILLIANT, so magical and, oh what do I mean, gentle - just lovely! James sounds a lovely man, how nice to be able to work with such a person.
Anyway, going to have a look at your journal now, so see you later!

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

That is a regular breakfast around here too. The wee ones have to guard their bowls with the utmost care as one turn of the head and I am in it!

I don't know why I hang around like a carrion bird, they always give me the bowl to clean out.

Gentle purrs, Goldie

The Good Life in Virginia said...

fab pic angle of you kits slurping up your porridge ^..^
have a meow-rific week!

quiltcat said...

Lovely picture, it looks like a triskelon of cats licking out the cereal bowl!

Milo and Alfie said...

Now those are very sticky whiskers! You must have really enjoyed your porridge today!

meemsnyc said...

Oooh were you all eating oatmeal! That is a cute photo of you all!

Morning's Minion said...

So, there are other kindly people who don't mind too much if the cats want to share the human table. I assure occasional guests that we always wipe down the countertop or the table after the cats sit there or parade across it. That's slightly stretching the truth!

Annie said...

Lovely photos. I always share my breakfast with my cat boys, they do love milk and oats :-). Happy painting!

leslie said...

The way each ginger ear accomodates the other forms such a perfect line. How do they do that?

Teri said...

The photo of the three, the blue plate, it is a mandala, can you see?

Teri and the cats of Furrydance

lavenderbay said...

Quiltcat has the word I didn't know, a triskelon. All I thought was, this cat-head swirl could be right out of the Book of Kells. Fantastic catch!