Monday, October 29, 2012

Safety First.

We've been keeping up with that terrible storm on the East Coast all day. All you cats out there, make sure you and your humans stay safe.

Here, it was cold and now it's warm. We've got the sliding door open. Ah, fresh air!

13 comments:

  1. We too are purring hard for every one near the storm to stay safe!
    That's a great picture of you--you look so cute!

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  2. That's how it is here, too. Cold one day, warm the next. We too are purrayin fur our East coast furriends. XOXO

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  3. We are not in the path of Sandy, but may get a tiny bit side swiped ;)
    We do have some wind and rain, but nothing to bother about. We purr for those in Sandy's path. She is a mean storm!
    Glad you got some wiffies William. It is even warm enough here to have the window open a bit :o
    Now,all you need is something neat to see...like birds!!
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Tiger,Treasure,JJ and Julie

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  4. We are purring for all those affected by Sandy.

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  5. Mommy had the heater on in the car this morning, and the A/C on in the afternoon! Weather is WEIRD.

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  6. This time of year sure brings strange weather. But, it seems stranger than usual. I'd rather it be a little chillier.

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  7. A lot of our friends have been affected by Sandy - we are purring very hard for all of them!

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  8. We are purring for the storm people, including our human goddaughter who is in New York, but in Albany where we think things are okay.

    The Human is like the Lounge Lady today--cold foggy morning gave way to HOT afternoon. Sigh.

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  9. Great picture of you enjoying the warm whiffys. It's too cold here in the UK to have the doors open.

    The Paw Relations

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  10. I love sniffing the fresh air. We had open windows for a few days, but then Sandy sent us a bunch of cold air. But no worries here, it'll warm back up soon enough.
    --Jasper

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  11. We got hit pretty lightly by Sandy In Boston - but poor New York and New Jersey!! Mom was sure to stock up on the most important supplies (cat food and litter!), just in case. Purrrrayers for the storm victims.

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  12. that's right. we hope our kitty friends from the hurricane path are safe as well as their humans.

    pawhugs,
    emma and buster

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Wowee meowee.