I decided they deserve a page so people can visit and shake a paw if they please. I plan to make this page a feline frolic so do come back for the photos.
Dixie is a furry Comfort Queen, always in black and white formal attire. She can flump anywhere and look comfortably draped. From here she watches the world with great interest. In fact I think she has a doggie gene in her. She's not interested in a lap, but rather likes everyone to play outside so she can supervise in a companionable way. She talks a lot too. We quite often have four or five exchanges initiated by her.
|Dixie loves to drape anywhere...here she is on the garden bench|
Pumpkin is a small brown tabby with some orange patches - thus her name. She is retiring and choosey about her humans. It's one of my life achievements that she stays with me and wants cuddles. Since I moved to a house with large ceramic tiles on the floor, she has discovered playing with ping-pong balls and is as funny as a circus.
Pumpie is very keen to get into things too, but they must be a mystery, a hidey hole, or something that makes a noise like rustling paper. This shopping bag seems to be appealing.
|One in the Bag!|
|Sometimes I sits and thinks...And sometimes I just sits|
|Ha. If I can't see you, you can't see me.|
|Keeping an eye on the birdbooks.|
Here's Dixie in the "English" part of our garden. We call it Bluebell Dell and she has a few little vantage points where she likes to sit and watch. The wattle birds get cross with her and try to send her packing with lots of swooping and diving. She's not interested in them and remains unperturbed.
|Spring time sentry in Bluebell Dell.|
|The Mouse Police.|