“Companionable”

Our house is full of companions with fur (inside the house and the immediate outside of the house) … a total of ten (10) to be exact.  We have 7 inside cats (however, we refer to them as “kittens”), 2 large dogs (we refer to them as “puppies”) and one porch cat.  We laughingly refer to our home as the opening of a transient energy portal for those in need of human guardians.  A few extras appear for a few days, few weeks or few months before they move on, or have presented themselves for assistance to cross over to another realm.  The age range is 7 years to 15 years.  This companion photo is our youngest yet largest of our “kittens.  He is a bruiser yet he still fashions himself as a little waif of light weight as he tries to snuggle next to any of the others.

Weekly Photo Challenge - Companion 1Tabasco at 4 months

Weekly Photo Challenge - Companion 2Tabasco at 7 years

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge:
“Companionable”


To see the menagerie of companions – check out “The Gang’s All Here”

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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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19 Responses to “Companionable”

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  6. Wong Cilik says:

    cute cat … nice pictures ..

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  10. Jamie Dedes says:

    Tabasco is darling and has a great name.

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  11. Lily Mugford says:

    adorable little guy.. but how do you know they are all furry on the inside?
    (I think I am tired… because I couldn’t stop laughing about your animals that are furry, inside and out.) thanks for the unintentional chuckle.

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    • becca givens says:

      LOL — I guess I should reword it — I meant we have them all around us — inside and outside — front and back!! Glad I could give you a chuckle!!

      (But on another thought — with the amount of hairballs I have to clean up — they could very well be furry on the inside almost more than the out!! Not to mention the amount of fur to clean!!) 😀

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  12. Veronica Roth says:

    Ok, it’s official Becca, I will never get enough cute cat photos. 🙂 Nicely done.

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  14. shoreacres says:

    That’s exactly the age I got Dixie Rose. I couldn’t remember how old she is now – my gosh! She’s twelve years old! I guess it’s time to put her on the elderly cat food… I’ll have to talk to her vet. Good gosh – so many pages say the normal life span is 12-14 years. I think we’re going to go for abnormal!

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    • becca givens says:

      I didn’t realize that was the average life span for cats — I know of so many who live longer … a blogging friend had hers till the age of 24 yrs. …. full long life. 😀 I say that, and then readily agree when they leave us — it is still too soon! 😀

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  15. He’s gorgeous! 🙂

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    • becca givens says:

      Thank you, Katharine … shortly before he came to us … I had mentioned to my husband … “you know, we’ve never had a white and orange, orange or yellow cat come to us” … then a few weeks later … lo and behold … he darts out our garage!! We eventually brought him in for his own safety … he knew no fear. Sat in the sprinkler, in the middle of the road, climbed the huge oak tree and get on the roof … welcomed anything and everyone! LOL His personality changed when we lost the matriarch last August — now he is VERY NEEDY and clingy — but still a BIG BOY nevertheless! Thank you for stopping.

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