Shadow, part of my African decor on the veranda which is their day room as well
Curled up in a deep round basket!
And before I get ticked off in Ambrose's post tomorrow, here's a quick pic of him and his Dad Ginger, sunning themselves in the windowsill.
Ambrose checking up that the tail belongs to his dad, Ginger
I'm linking up to Saturday Critters hosted by Eileen, whose blog you can access here
As I promised from yesterday, I'm posting a bloom every day. This is my stand in protest with Lori from Skoog Farm Journal who's also posting a bloom every day until the snow melts in her area. She lives in Western New York, and phew, it's a real cold winter they're enduring this year.
Do pop over to Lori's farm with many animals, beautiful barns and skies which she captures perfectly on camera. You can access her blog here
A beautiful pink hibiscus bloom
We've had two downpours of rain over the past two evenings, so the world around us is fresh and bright. I'm about to be collected by my trusty driver to go on a wonderful bird trip through the bush.
Africa, glorious Africa!
Jo. You are such a sport to post flowers in protest of our western New York winter! That hibiscus is a beauty.ReplyDelete
I would have liked to see what happened next in the "tail checking" picture!ReplyDelete
Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Jo, your Shadow is cute all curled up in the basket.. Looks Ambrose and Ginger are enjoying the sunny window..Thank you for sharing your post on Saturday's Critters. Have a happy weekend!ReplyDelete
I can see why Shadow wanted to be included. Fair is fair. ;))ReplyDelete
Shadow is adorable in the basket ~ Great shots for SC ~ xxxReplyDelete
artmusedog and carol
HI Jo I love Shadow and she is so cute in that basket. I don't know what mischief those other cats are up too!! Love the flower. Had to laugh!ReplyDelete
Cute cat, lovely markings! That's a beautiful bloom!ReplyDelete
Shadow looks very comfortable curled up in the basket.ReplyDelete
I Love your basket collection, and Shadow makes a nice addition. Also rained last night and today at Addo. In fact it's cold enough to feel like fall.ReplyDelete