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Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some people move our souls to dance. They awaken us to new understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom. Some people make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon. They stay in our lives for awhile, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never ever the same.

Tuesday, March 4

My Purdy Cat



My sweet little purdy cat. He doesn't like storms very much, so he has been staying pretty close to me today. We have been under tornado warnings all day. It is common here, we seem to be in Tornado alley.

12 comments:

Libby said...

he is SO pretty!! and i can tell that he knows it too!

Nea said...

He is my love......he sleeps with me, and whenever I sit down, here he is sitting at my feet or curled around my neck. He thinks I am his Mom. If I lay a piece of my clothing down on the floor, he curls up right on top of it......

Akelamalu said...

He looks so contented Nea. You have a real friend there!

quilly said...

Like I said the other day, he looks hugable and kissable. I'd definately cuddle with him.

I hope the storm winds give you a miss!

The Old Fart said...

Cats can sense when bad weather is about. I hope you are safe and all is Ok Nea.

Robin said...

hi nea! i found your site via akela i think. imagine my surprise to find you live in bartow county...my brother lives in cartersville and my sister and niece both live in kingston. i used to live in acworth for several years, before that..marietta. i moved back to ohio about 12 years ago (and regretted it ever since) but some of the family stayed. i used to hate the tornados down there and i hate them up here!
i'm assuming you all came out fine and hopefully, got some much needed rain.

Nea said...

Hi Akela, yeh, he is a good companion, he is very sweet to me, but doesn't care for stangers much. He was a pound kitty.

Hi quilly, he is a sweetie, but he is best if I let him come to me, he doesn't care to have people make over him much. Nick always wants to carry him, and he doesn't like that at all.

Hi bill, yeh I think it ruffles his fur, the static electricity in the air when it is rainy. And he doesn't like it much.

Hi Robin, we moved here from California, been here going on eight years now. Love the green. but I only have my kids here, no family. That is the only drawback for us.

Dr.John said...

Nice looking cat. I thought living with all this snow was bad but I sure wouldn't want to live in a tornado alley.

Nea said...

HI Dr. John, I am partial to tabby cats. I have had gray, yellow, and this one is a bit of all colors.

We got some snow yesterday, my neighbors tells me. I guess you needed to be looking out the window at just that particular time to see it though. Nothing hit the ground.

Jac said...

I hope that you are ok with the storm warnings and all.
He is cute.

Avus said...

The media here have just gone overboard because we had some gales with 80 mph gusts. I guess that is a mere spring zephyr compared to your tornados. (Still without them we would not have known the Wizard of Oz!)

Cindy said...

I guess when it comes to blizzards and tornadoes, I'll stick with our blizzards. Hope you get missed by the storm.
Before this last snowstorm that we had, our cats were all crazy- I figured they knew a storm was coming.
Mango wanted to go out and investigate but Ricky just settled down on top of the warmest register he could find.