colimar: We have newbies at home[i.imgur.com image 600x450]
Ritter_Rote: [i1241.photobucket.com image 850x637]It is Bea's last Caturday as we have to put her to sleep this week. The lymphoma has taken its toll. 3+ years since her diagnosis (we were told she would last 3 months). I'll miss you, sweedling.
lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 500x600]Thumbs!!!
wildcardjack: My contribution for this Caturday[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x637]A pissy little kitty renamed Missy. She started off as "Star" because someone let the 8 year old girl name her. My mom took her in because she just didn't get along with other pets. This cat hates laps, other cats, and the out doors.
spinach gunk: Psst! It's Caturday![spinachgunk.smugmug.com image 639x479]Pass it on!
Real Women Drink Akvavit: Good meowning, everybuddy![img.photobucket.com image 499x537][intlxpatr.files.wordpress.com image 450x336]
Alpo 3000: If you do it I will too.[i.huffpost.com image 570x238]
My granddaughter posted this on facebook. It holds true for cats too.
Bathia_Mapes: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Good meowning, everybuddy![img.photobucket.com image 499x537][intlxpatr.files.wordpress.com image 450x336]It was a VERY good morning for me. I had some nummy kolaches for breakfast. :-)
Alpo 3000: With ear hair that could filter krill...[2.bp.blogspot.com image 600x798]
syzygy whizz: laulaja: May need to mention St Urho, who drove the grape-gobbling grasshoppers out of Finland, since it'll be his Day in under 30 minutes. I need to remember to wear purple & green for the occasion on the morrow. There are festivities of the Day in some mostly-Finn communities. Other Finns think he's merely a figtree of someone's well-oiled imagination.The other critter not welcome on Caturday is almost surely the flying spider, mentioned before. I did GoodSearch that, which sorta confirmed that there are such in Chicago presently. Also led to this:A Spider that Barks?Selenocosmia crassipes, the so-called barking spider of Central Australia and the inland areas of New South Wales, is said to produce a barking sound. These reports were investigated by Sir Baldwin Spencer, who, although he rejected the barking theory, found that the spider produced a chirping or whistling sound by drawing the leg-like feelers or palps across the fangs (chelicerae). Examination under the microscope proved the palps to be studded with a great number of peg-like structures by which the sound is produced. This strange habit has possibly a courtship significance. It is regrettable that no further attempt has been made to study the life and habits of this remarkable spider, but this is true of many of our unique and rapidly disappearing animalsThis came from The Australian Book of Wonder, or similar title.- - -Plumbicon's finally home, the folk wishing to wed tomorrow were there when he arrived.[i.imgur.com image 600x492]credit to valnt9 from August past. Need to rise in daylit AM, got errands to run & stuff to mail. Including a re-try on That Box I sent to AlienDandelion that came back. Note on box to CanadaPost ofc serving her adrs that they best not claim she's moved again. She did say she'd love to move, but not til after That Box comes.'Barking spiders'...*snerk*...my group home is full of guys, so various...um...noises and smells are attributed to 'barking spiders'....
AbiNormal: [crazyhyena.com image 554x752]
Ritter_Rote: [i1241.photobucket.com image 850x637]My beauties, Bea (on pillow) and Ben
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