Sunday, October 30, 2005

Introducing .......


The newest member of our family ... Pixel.

Pixel was born in July and he is a Siamese/Balinese cross.

Adorable, of course, and a real purring machine. He has beautiful blue eyes that are hard to resist.

He is Allysha's kitty, but of course, Mom & Dad get to pay for everything (funny how that works).

13 Comments:

At Mon. Oct. 31, 12:07:00 p.m. MST, Blogger TonyGuitar said...

Yes yes yes, I agree with what you said about photos and graphics on my site. Balinese cross, you say. From the family of dancing cats no doubt.

Did you see he the garden fox visits at Words site? UK guy..

http://www.Permuted.org.uk
TG

 
At Mon. Oct. 31, 03:29:00 p.m. MST, Blogger ABFreedom said...

Congrates ... hope the labour pains weren't to long... ;-)

 
At Mon. Oct. 31, 03:30:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Candace said...

Balinese are beautiful cats. I guess Mom & Dad are also responsible for the litter box? (the downside)

 
At Mon. Oct. 31, 04:47:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Canadian Sentinel said...

Awww... what a cute widdle puddytat!

My brother has two cats, named Austin and Mini, like the car. Ain't that cute? :-)

 
At Mon. Oct. 31, 08:13:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Justthinkin said...

Beautiful cat...and thats coming from an avowed cat hater. Can't stand the aloofness of the little furballs,except when they are hungry/thirsty of course,then all lovey-dovey. Wait!..damm..that's me.
Actually I really do like the little fluffballs,but my allergies disagree...sigh.

 
At Tue. Nov. 01, 12:28:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Junker said...

I'm about as far from a 'cat person' as one could be. Still, I have incredible respect for the predatory skills those little guys have.

Most people don't think of cute little house cats in this way, but they are coldy efficient killing machines.

 
At Tue. Nov. 01, 02:53:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Aizlynne said...

I like all animals. I contemplated getting a Vietnemese pot belly pig at one time, but their need to root is so strong, I figured I would either be black & blue, or my furniture would be ruined.

Having a kitty ain't so bad. Greg turns them all into suckholes, and Pix won't be any different.

And no Candace, Allysha has to clean the litterbox. That wasn't even up for negotiation... lol.

 
At Tue. Nov. 01, 06:43:00 p.m. MST, Blogger DazzlinDino said...

Congratulations...I guess..lol...I'm not a cat fan. My wife however, different story, we recently got our cat back, went missing for a week. I was hoping the dog ate it....

 
At Wed. Nov. 02, 02:57:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Debris Trail said...

Aiz: nice pussy! LOL

But, don't bring it my house, I have a german shepard, jack russell, and annoying poodle that would not take kindly to such insults.

 
At Wed. Nov. 02, 02:58:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Debris Trail said...

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At Wed. Nov. 02, 03:33:00 p.m. MST, Blogger TonyGuitar said...

DazzlinDino, It works the other way around. The cat is always bos in a cat&dog home.

The only reason Solomon, our big black & White doesn't eat Max, our lab cross is simply because Max happens to be too big.

Also they seem to tolerate each other more and more. Touch noses a lot. Ain't natchural. TG

 
At Thu. Nov. 03, 05:39:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Candace said...

Our cat rules the roost as well. The dog won't step over her, so her favorite thing to do is wait until the dog is in a room (any room will do) and then lay in the doorway. Then the dog barks until I come & move the cat. 170 pound wimp, I tell ya.

 
At Wed. Nov. 09, 04:42:00 p.m. MST, Blogger Gary said...

Is this the "Cat That Walks Through Walls"?

 

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