Hilarious Cornish Rex competes with Cornish Rabbits, maybe? LOL!
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Cornish game hen?
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Cornish jokes? Cornish dogs?
Cornish game hen on a stick?
He wasn’t happy that I woke him.
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We always thought he was a black and white cat. Old age and sunshine changed him to brown, black and white, so we think he has a bit of calico or yellow tiger in him. He’s a mutt.
Rather than a “mutt”, he’s first of breed.
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I’ve noticed that over the years with some of our black cats, as they age they get henna colored fur.
Yeah, looks a little cranky. LOL
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In older black cats, if they go outdoors a lot, the rain and sunshine oxidizes their fur! If tripod was a calico, he’d be a she, more likely.
Meet Burrito: The Extremely Rare Male Tortoiseshell Kitten
Neat. I think Tripod might be part tortoiseshell now. Look at the orange in that fur up there. Ten years ago he was black and white. Very odd.
And coming home today there was a calico kitten crawling under the fence to get into the back yard of our country store. Small coincidence. Pulling into our driveway there was an unconcerned bobcat sitting on the ‘shoulder’, it wasn’t the least bothered with my being in the truck, I slowed and stopped and it got up and walked across the driveway and into our low area. Caturday, for me at least, gets visual aids.
Same thing with calico cats, rare to find a male.
And they are sterile.
….that’s a GOOD start……
Best three-legged mutt-cat in town.
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And I can’t get our cats to sit still for a regular picture.
…..heavy drugs ….distilled catnip….
That’s a beautiful picture Wooly!
Thank you, Lovely! It was a very lucky shot, taken the morning after the eclipse.
It is frame worthy Wooly 🙂 .
If I owned my home, this would definitely go on that front door….
Black Cat Authentic Foundry Iron Door Knocker
1/2 of Megyn Kelly’s “killer B’s”
I nominated you for a mystery blogger award. Thanks for entertaining me.
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