A Cool Walk In The Lane

 

C’mon mom let’s go.  Do you have to put that big boot on?  You look odd but as long as you can get to the Lane. Mmmm…OK.                                           

All right…we’re off in a cloud of nip and bones!

Yuck…it’s all yellow and bare out here.  Maybe there’s a mouse about.

Here mewssseeeyyy…come play with me.  We’ll have fun.                                                    

Guess they don’t believe me.  I can hear little pawsteps running away.

I’m coming mom…there are so many prey smells around.

Time to go home?  OK, let’s hit the dirt and come again tomorrow.

That was Saturday, my friends.  Sunday arrived with a surprise.

Snow!! Oh, no….hope it disappears.

My bowl of water was very cold.                                                   Fortunately, it’s The Cat On My Head’s selfie Sunday so I took the picture mom had me shoot yesterday and blended it in with all the other furries pictures.  Come see it at The Cat On My Head’s blog.  Simply click on the name and be swept along with the tide.

40 thoughts on “A Cool Walk In The Lane

  1. Miss Juliea, angel Izzy and now Patzy

    It does seem too early for snow to us also. I’ve had people in Montana and Idaho talk of worrying about snow and even some that have had a light dusting. But here in Oregon we don’t usualy see snow in the mountains until late November and we have some great skiing areas at Mt. Hood and Mt. Bachelor in Bend, OR. The earliest we’ve seen ski season start is late November around American Thanksgiving. Do you think this weather is crazy this year?

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Hi there friends. No, this weather is right on time for northern BC. Usually at Halloween there is a fair bit of snow that is staying and the kids are all bundled so it’s difficult to see their costumes. In the summer with all the forest fires….that was unusual weather for this area.

      Mom adores Oregon and especially the Pacific Highway. Such a beautiful state.

      Kali and Shoko

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      1. Miss Juliea, angel Izzy and now Patzy

        This is a beautiful place to live. We get quite a bit of rain in the valley but we have the beach, the mountains, high desert areas, just about everything you could want for all types of outdoor sports or just for variety. And the rain keeps it green all year round. Lots of evergreens and ferns and such.

        The weird thing lately around here is we have had a few small tornados around the area with 70+ mph winds that have caused some destruction. This is in just ther last couple of weeks. This is very rare for those to happen here because the area has so many hills. It’s not flat at all like the areas that usually get tornados.

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  2. erinthecatprincess

    Great to see you out and about, maybe tomorrow that mousie will come and play with you? Eeek! Snow, oh man that is such bad luck for the mousie hunting. Heres hoping it goes pretty quick, and that your water bowl unfreezes!
    Toodle pip and brrrs
    ERin

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      1. Miss Juliea, angel Izzy and now Patzy

        It is so pretty though. We are speaking from an area that may have a couple very small snowstorms a year. We love it when it happens. Usually it is overnight and people all run outside to make snowmen in the wee hours and throw snowballs at each other. Then it is usually gone by 10am the next morning! There may be some remnants of snowmen around but that’s it!

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  3. onespoiledcat

    SNOW? OH NO!!! Well, you are the first spot on the dial that I’ve located snow so far this year…….My Mom says I will like snow……I’m not so sure……seems like my feets will be awfully cold.

    Love, Teddy

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  4. BionicBasil

    Wow guys that snow is a little early or what!!!!
    We do hope its all melted by now and mew’ve got a sun-puddle or two to bask in.

    Big Sunday hugs

    Basil & Co xox

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  5. Amy

    I’ve been thinking we are going to have a bad winter, but so far it’s still sleeveless and light sweater weather.Sounds like Shoko wants to go on the Raw Diet, too!

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      1. Amy

        Shoko, honey, I don’t actually catch and kill the prey. I either buy their meat at the grocery or people have given me deer meat. I wish I could get some rabbit, etc. with fur still on, because it contains vitamin K that dogs can’t process from the sun. You will have to ask your Mom to give you a bite of raw steak and see if you like it. Raw Diet is for cats, too!

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      2. The Canadian Cats Post author

        Oh you don’t hunt and kill? That’s different, Amy. Mom has given me people food but it’s so gross…my stomach flips over. I like Fancy Feast. Maybe I should try some raw chicken to see if I like the food before mom destroys it.

        Shoko

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      3. Amy

        There are things to know about eating raw chicken, especially, and also what your stomach acid needs to be like to digest certain things. If you are serious about wanting raw food, Shoko, I will be glad to send your Mom more info. 🙂

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  6. 15andmeowing

    Is that an orb in the 4th photo? I wonder if an angel was visiting you. Snow already- too soon, I love snow in December-March though. XO

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  7. NylaBluesMum

    EEEEKKKKKKK!!!! Youss’ have SNOW Shoko an Kali???? Good Greef!!! Iss rainin an windy an fowl here! Nothin to hunt. Too chilley an damp to go fur a walkie an LadyMum putted her pawss down an said NO WAY mee iss goin out inn rain an wind because mee still not well. (Mee not goin to argue with her…no way…)
    Yur lookin mitey purrty cuss-inn Shoko!
    **paw patsss** Cuss-inn Dharth Henry xXXx

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  8. Mary McNeil

    Is your Mom wearing a boot because she hurt her foot ? Did I miss something ?
    The ice in your water bowl reminds me that the old-timers called that kind of ice on puddles “cat ice” – because it was only strong enough to hold a cat’s weight.

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Yep, mom fractured her foot so must wear this boot for awhile. She is rather clumsy with it on. She has to be careful or she falls down. You know the old saying, “When in doubt, fall down!” Just giving mom a bad time. She is getting used to it.

      The saying about ice is cool. I like it. I must remember, *cat ice.*

      Thanks Mary.

      Shoko

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  9. Deziz World

    OMC Ya’ll got snow?!!! Dat’s pawful!!! Everythin’ here’s all yellopw and dead too, but at least it’s not covered in da white stuffs. Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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