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From fur-children’s view
Long sofa belongs to them
Note: humans beware!!

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Missing from the spot:  Whisper and Midnite

(more from them later)

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© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011-2012

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About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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16 Responses to View

  1. granbee says:

    Becca, EXACTLY how my five dogs and 1 cat treat “their” bed and “their” chairs! They enjoy sharing with the humans, fortunately! Wonderfully endearing post of photos and magical haiku.

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  2. Ohhhh, what beautiful kitties you have….and it looks like they each have their own, distinct personalities…so special… : )

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  3. rumpydog says:

    They’re gorgeous! You think one of them would like to be my guest sometime?

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  4. Unsungpoet says:

    Love it! These photos of your precious kitties just melts my heart…

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  5. brian says:

    oh wow…we have 2…and the house belongs to them…haha…i do think our old cat thinks our kids are hers as she checks on them in the night…

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  6. Thomas Davis says:

    Isn’t this the truth!

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  7. becca givens says:

    Thanks everyone … the number is much more than I agreed for … however, our home seems to be an energy beacon for them!! However, believe it or not, except during the winter when they are gathering on the heated blanket (like now) and feeding time — one would not know, we had that many! 🙂

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  8. Renee Espriu says:

    Love all of your cute felines, Becca! Just did a Small Stone about them. I have only two but the house is certainly their domain in many ways.

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  9. phylor says:

    Thanks for sharing pictures of your fur family — nice to see pix of who you might be writing about. Trying not to be partial by shady boudreaux looks almost like my first cat, Purr. (I was less than five so imaginative names were had to come by — though my dad did have some rather “adult” suggestions — nothing too bad, just not what a less than 5 year old woud name her cat. But, after the first night be being allowed to sleep with him, and all he did was purr kinda meant that would be his moniker.

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  10. Grace says:

    looks like they own not only the couch but the house too ~

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  11. mrsupole says:

    Both of my cats have their spots on the couch and if anyone occupies their space then they seem to get very upset. It is funny how no one sits in their spot after learning it is their spot. I think cats have their own view of life and they know they dominate everyone in it. Even a dog is smart enough to bow to the mighty cat.

    Thanks so much for sharing their view for this weeks Theme Thursday. Cats do have it all. LOL

    God bless.

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  12. dsnake1 says:

    Oh, they are so beautiful!

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  13. souldipper says:

    In spite of wintry weather, Duc le Chat is on guard duty – outside, refusing to come in. I can never figure what it is that he thinks could attack us. But then, I’ll never know with his intrepid determination.

    Your cats are gorgeous and all so very healthy. Lucky cats to have you.

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  14. siggiofmaine says:

    Impressive family of cats ! Love the names. Thanks for sharing.
    Peae,
    Siggi in Downeast Maine….my cat, Bianca, allows me to live in her house.

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