Live from the Katnip Lounge, The Kat Pack!

Starring: The Baby *Tiny Johnson * Felix * Rupert * Scouty * CC * Sweet Pea * Maui * May Ling * Salem

and...*Angels Grayce, KonaKitty, and Sylvester* always loved, never forgotten




Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Cat Stacking

Kitties!

For a lot of our readers it's pretty gol-danged gosh-durned nasty outside.
Winter is here in the Desert, too.  We've had ten days of icky rain (!!!), with more to come, and this weekend it's supposed to get down to freezing temperatures.

Not at all like the HOTS we prefer.

So today we thought we'd help all y'all warm up by posting a picture of four of us, stacked up, soaking in the sunbeams.

Did it help?


Happy Tuesday!


XXOO

Sylvester
Felix
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Rupert
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Salem

52 comments:

  1. Thank You! We now feel even colder here! we cannot remember what sunbeams are- Äiti says She saw the Sun last week but it was not far above the trees. We might get to feel it on our furs in February. But we are finncats and can cope. You guys must really be suffering if it's heading towards zero (or whatever freezing is in silly units ). Keep warm.

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  2. We vaguely remember what sunbeams feel like so appreciate your reminder. Hope you stay warm and dry there in your winter desert!

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  3. We akshooally sawed da sun today. And what's really surprising is da weather bean sed it was gonna be almost 40 degrees later dis week. It's Wisconsin so dat means, after weeks of barely getting above 10 degrees, some silly bean will be outside in a t-shirt and shorts...we just hope dis time it is not our mom.

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  4. Yep, the cold front is supposed to be here tomorrow with rain and wind and plummeting temps. Then heading East in your direction. The cat stack did make us feel warmer though!

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  5. Actually, we scrolled down again to look at the pic-shers of Rupert and now we're all warmed up...:D

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, and Hollie

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  6. Awwwwwwwwww, we are glowing in warmth now from looking at your lovely pictures. We have rain now and that seems to be melting the last bits of snow. Mummy says we might be getting more snow later in the week though!!!! Stay warm and snuggled xx

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  7. " The cat stack " That's HOT !!!!

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  8. MOL, you guys... I think that was a little mean to do to our friends on the east coast!

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  9. Well, yes, but I'd rather see some photos of that handsome CC.

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  10. Awww beautiful Salem, handsome Sylvester, wonderful Felix and adorable Rupert! Me and Charlie are feeling the heat and the warmth just by looking at you gorgeous kitties bathing in your own sunbeams!!! Thank you!!!!

    Take care
    x

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  11. Yes, that sunny stack does help to warm a cat up. Thanks!

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  12. Its not even sunny in my part of the world - a lot of Australia is being flooded due to so much tropical rain!!!! Lucky we live up high (1000m above sea level).
    Happy belated Christmas and thanks for all your comments throughout the year - you make me laugh! oooxxx

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  13. Seeing yoo all, always brightens our day! Fanks!

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  14. It actually got down to the 30s last night here in south Florida! I wish it would get sunny here again so I can go in my new Outside Funhouse again!

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  15. that is so cool! I wish mom would get me one!

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  16. It gets that cold there!? Oh! The injustice! Get warm soon!

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  17. Nasty weather is bad, no matter where you are! Hope you get more HOTS for your furry little bottoms very soon...

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  18. Thanks, we needed that!! We didn't get all the snow that the east got, and now it's supposed to warm up a little but we're gonna get lots of rain!!! There's nothing worse than cold rain.

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  19. We do like your baked kitties! It makes us feel all warm and fuzzy too!

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  20. Thats too funny, how did they get to the top? Hope you stay warm.

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  21. Ah yes, warmth. We sorta remember what the sun feels like. But we do luff the pic of the stackable kittehs.

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  22. Warmed my heart a little bit...

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  23. Just remind us please - what is a sunbeam.

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  24. Ahh, sunbeams... There are few to be found here, too. I think it was around 20F yesterday - too cold!!

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  25. Oh wow, we don't remember what sunbeams are like at all. It's been raining and dreary here for weeks! Our only how is that the temperature will drop so we can get some snow...vs. just being 40 degrees and miserable.

    Thanks for the sunbeam picture! We feel better now!

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  26. Sunbeams on fur always help when things are near freezing here!
    Thanks for the sunshine, we needed that!

    Hugs,
    Tom

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  27. ahhhhhhh I feel a hot flash coming on!!!! MOL!!

    Your home is a "kitty paradise!" Your home is the Disneyland of the cat world!

    xoxo

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  28. We haven't had any snow, and we desperately need the rain. We're actually going to be near 70 in a couple of days!

    Thanks for your note about Kona Kitty. Fuzzy is not nervous to eat around Zoe - Zoe has been really REALLY good for Fuzzy after years of being picked on by the black beast. Fuzzy dropped a ton of weight when I quit feeding the kidney crunchies. I was considering going back to them, because it certainly won't hurt her to eat them. What are you feeding Kona Kitty?

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  29. Postcard from Madi:
    Dear Sylvester, Rupert, Salem and Felix,
    Wishing I was there sharing your sunbeams!
    Sincerely,
    Madi
    PS: I chuckled at your comment on my blog.
    MOL

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  30. With so many conflicting reports on what is 'good' food and what is 'bad' food, I certainly don't judge anyone on what they feed their cats. My cats ate Kit 'n Kaboodle for a million years before they got switched to kidney formulas, and they lived to be 16, 18 and at least 16 (Fuzzy). And I agree about the age - when they get to a certain and and lose some weight, even my vet says to feed them whatever they want. Thanks for your support and advice - you really do rock!

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  31. Actually is did make me feel a little bit warmer, thanks gang!!!

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  32. Wow for us it did help - we feel a little bit warmer here now!! Thanks!

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  33. You are so cute and we hope you had a great Christmas!

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  34. We feel a little warmer...thanks for the effort :-)

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  35. blah, rain is bad, 10 inches is crazy bad. I hope you have your little boats ready just incase.
    bonkbonks

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  36. Can we come and join your sunny stack? We had a thaw start yesterday and it has rained all today so our snow has gone and we just have ice left, but no sun.

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  37. At least you has sunbeams to soak up. All we gets lately is clouds. Send it our way would you please.

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  38. Oh we love a quadruple stack!

    kitty kisses to my dear Sylvester.

    purrin
    xoxox
    Gracie

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  39. That did help a bit ~ thank you! :)
    xo Catherine

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  40. We can almost feel how warm those sunbeams are just looking at you four!

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  41. I've completely forgotten about that giant orb in the sky...it looks so inviting.

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  42. It did help! It's supposed to get icky here again tomorrow.

    Oh, and I wanted to let you know that the other side of our Cat Vomit sign *is* in Spanish! Is that hilarious or what?

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  43. Thanks gang - lounging in the sunshine warmed me up.

    Purrs,
    Genghis

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  44. Well, you know, it ALWAYS helps me to see a picture of Salem.

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  45. Lucky you ! at least a little sunshine !
    I tried to comment yesterday but it didn't work. Don't know why.

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  46. Very cute. Like 4 little furry books stacked on the shelves!

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  47. Oh man, does that sunshine look warm!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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Oh Boy...this is gonna be GREAT!