That is a great remembrance of all the cats that went through Katrina.
That's neat! A co-worker here in Whiskconsin has two Katrina kittens. Wul, they's growed now.Good news! It was Bonnie goin to the vet, not me, so my food is out an I's not hidin. Purrs an nosekisses to my sweet Sadie!
wow that is lovely, what a beautiful tribute x
Mom was working at the shelter when a bunch of katrina cats and puppies came in. Puppies born after their moms and dads were left out on the streets...kittens with mom's who were so sick from the filth in the water they were drinking they couldn't nurse. Mom wonders why any one would live below sea level knowing that nature is a force that even the most powerful human can't hold back.
That is beautiful and a wonderful tribute to the Cats who survived Katrina!Your FL furiends,
Thanks for stopping by the Cats Exclusive blog. The real shelter website is wwwDOTcatsexclusiveDOTorg but it has been taken down to be revamped and updated. The blog was started as a more "fun" way to write about the daily lives of the shelter cats, and was just started about a week ago, so it's still a work in progress. There are lots of exciting things going on at the shelter, because we are about ready to open a low cost spay and neuter clinic there!
very beautiful tribute,
That's really pretty, guys! We saw a picture in the paper today of a woman evacuated from New Orleans who is now in a FEMA trailer in Shreveport, putting her life back, and it showed her kissing her little kitten! Just goes to show how good we kitties are for the world.Your buddy, Jimmy Joe
Truly beautiful - a fitting tribute.
That is a beautiful testamant to all the kitties that went through that horrific storm along with all the human suffering. People sometime forget how horrific it was the animals. Thank you for remembering...Purrsand sweet headbumpies to my WillieThe Divine Miss B
That is really beautiful and holds such a lovely message. Latte
Oh, that is very beautiful! Did your Mum make that?Is Annie still driving you guys crazy?
That's a beautiful tribute, dear Mosaic kitties! Your sweet Mom is breathtakingly talented.Purrs, smiles, and snuggles from Marilyn.
That is a lovely tribute to all the Katrina kitties.
This is just beautiful~!!! I am stunning for this picture~!!!!
I agree with everyone who says that is so beautiful. I love the waves. It is a sad reminder though. Those poor animals...Time to stop and meditate on happier times for those that suffered through Katrina.
Hi Sadie, I found yer offer of being my overseas mistress furry inchresting, but I haf to say that I am a one gerl guy.Pleez don't be upset, I fink yoo are a lovely lady, and mebbe we could be good furrends instead. Also Grr got to hear about it and she can be furry furroshus if somecat upsets her. I wouldn't want to see the furr flying cuz of me.purrs Flynn
Beautiful work! Stunning!
Wow! That's marvelous. You're so talented!!!!
I have missed you this week...glad you stopped over today. Please do turn off the TV....it so sensationalizes the bad things in the world right into your face! We can not do that before we have had our morning coffee and quiet time. I get snuggled up and tummy kissed then bribed to come inside...hee hee,but i do not come inside. I stay outon my patio! it will get cold before too long then I have to come inside or I will be on ice cube pussy cat!Remember, each day brings enough trouble of it's own....so do not worry too much about tomorrow...have a peaceful day today!Don't forget cat art sunday????!Love the Peachwaves to Annie...are ya still there?:))
The mosaic out of cypress is furry lovely and a nice tribute to the lasting power of cats.DMM
I finally did my first CAT ART SUNDAY~!I really miss you, too.
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