Scooby the Snow Cat. Everyone should know by now that Scooby is a snow cat. He likes going outside in the snow. When he finally comes inside he finds a nice warm spot and goes to sleep. This is the beginning of a big winter storm moving west to east across the United States. More snow is falling as I write this. Fortunately we have all we need and just sit inside enjoying the view. Looks like what Christmas should have looked like. I still have my Christmas cards stuck on the wall! Think I’ll leave them up.Continue reading →
Scooby was Christine’s Calendar Cat for February 2018. As I said in January, no new cat calendar for 2020. Sorry, Scooby, no cat food in that cupboard! Nice try! I put up a current unposted photo of Scooby today.
Scooby in the car. When the car is moving, he is always in his carrier but once in a while he likes to get out and stretch his legs when he gets a chance. Don’t we all?
Zeke and Scooby were Christine’s Calendar Cats for January 2018. The CURRENT series finished with December 2020, because I have no new cat calendar. Christine made and sent me a calendar with the TWO of us portrayed each month for 2021. It was a wonderful surprise! It hangs over my desk where I see it all the time. I shall, however, not be making it public here! Sooooo. . .
I started posting calendar photos in June 2018 every month forward, so I will ‘tentatively’ post the early part of 2018 through May this year to complete 2018. That’ll be it for 2021. Ironically the calendar dates for 2016 are identical to 2021, but after much searching, I found I had cut out the cat photographs and put them in a photo album so the calendar is no longer intact. Oh well. . . .This calendar photo is from 2017. The upstairs window is still a popular place with a great view.
I have added a photo to this post I would have used if I were making a calender this month for Zeke and Scooby. Both these guys are different breeds with Scooby a red shorthair tabby and Zeke a Maine Coon, but they get along famously.
Today we show just a few “Christmas Activities”. Many cat toys were delivered by Santa Claws to our house. Nip was shared. A new cat tunnel with three openings tested Scooby’s decision-making skills. Which way should he enter and where should he come out? As usual the Christmas wrapping paper was a big hit and it could be heard rustling well into the wee hours of the morning. The Christmas tree was only tipped over twice this year.
Merry Christmas (2020)! We are thankful we all made it through 2020. Hopefully 2021 will all be downhill! See you on the other side!