When the Shop Cat Becomes a House Cat—–Tuesday, December 20, 2016

It’s terribly cold here.  (Cold is relative I know, but for us 4* at Nine in the morning was terribly cold)

dads-cat-001So Min-Min Lou was asked if she would enjoy spending her time in the house.

dads-cat-002She told us she thought this would be a very good idea.

Therefore, we now have an indoor/outdoor cat.

I told her she can come and go as she pleases!  She thought that was a VERY good thing.

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,


29 thoughts on “When the Shop Cat Becomes a House Cat—–Tuesday, December 20, 2016

  1. I think she made herself at home. It must have really felt good being in a nice warm house. We have had in the 80’s here in Florida, really too hot for Dec. It will cause fruit trees and crops to bloom out and then cold weather will cause the blooms to drop off.

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  2. How nice of you to let that kitty indoors in such cold weather. I know what you mean about cold…..its been 12 below here. What a pretty cat…her markings remind me of the coat of an ocelot! Maybe shes more exotic than you know! Merry Christmas to you and your whole family, Linda. and Peace in the New Year!

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  3. Linda, would love to share a web-site with you. Called Homestead Hill Farm. In the Shenandoah valley of VA. They garden and raise sheep. The latest post has a beautiful moon shot and a cat! Merry Christmas from N. CA, near Mt. Shasta. Love your blog. Hello to Boomer. Blessings.

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