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Monday, December 30, 2013

Cold paws

I have looked up the temperature forecasts for London and decided I would get cold paws. It will feel like 6 °C  on New Year's day.  It will be 36 °C here in Adelaide tomorrow and 37 °C on New Year's Day. Lynettea is now thinking she should go to London instead of me as it will be too hot here for her. Maybe we will stay inside and watch some cat programs on the television.
Sampling my cat grass
Is this grass really my grass? According to Lynettea, Diamond left the grass to me in his will. He also left me the clump of cat grass in the garden. I like running under that and eating the leaves. When I am under the grass tussock I feel as if I have really gone back to nature. The tussock is planted right next to one of the bird baths, but no birds seem to come down when I am there. You can see my mouth open in this photo.


7 comments:

Loretta Thomas said...

That sounds like some very cold weather...be careful don't get those
cute little tootsies too cold!
Did the cold get to your grass? Happy Easy Sunday!
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The Island Cats said...

That looks like some nommy grass, Sasha.

Angel Keisha said...

I am glad u are going to stay warm. Enjoy your cat shows on the TV and the cat grass!

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Yep, it sounds like summer at your place, Sasha! Lots of sun puddles, whereas in London they don't get so many, not even in summer.

Athena said...

I love cat grass!

meowmeowmans said...

Sasha, you should definitely stay there for now. Hot is better than cold, if you ask us. :)

That grass looks delicious. How nice that Diamond left it for you.

By the way, that picture really shows how big and mancatly you are now. You have really grown, our friend!

Happy New Year to you, Lynettea, the Pond Fish, and Millie!

Kari said...

Happy New Year, dearest Sasha! We hope to see more of you in the new year.
There is an old superstition that says what you do on New Year's day you will do all year long. So be sure to have a splendid day! All of our love.