Since my kidlets are all grown up, I am working with Gracie Lou
(aka Honey Bear, Lou Lou, Baby Lou, Bubby) for my top picks of April, May and June.
She is a Himalayan Ragdoll and will be 2 years old in August.
Linking with Ashley at Ramblings and Photos.
I really like this shot because you can see how special she is with her extra toes on her front paws.
I like the light shining on her head and ears, too.
This is one of my all time favourites of Gracie . . . vegging on top of Auntie Shannon's cat tower.
She seems to be saying "Get that camera out of my face!"
This is so typical of her for many hours of the day. She can see the bird feeder from the window and hears all their chitter-chattering calls. She is quite content to stay there and quietly catch them in her imagination. She is a totally inside cat as ragdoll's are not good outdoors (can't defend themselves).
Pink is for girl's right? Her buddy Zack curled up on a blue towel the same day. My daughter was doing laundry and the cats love to snuggle up on the sorted loads. Too cute!
I had been snapping shots in the garden and as I was coming in I saw her in the window, wide-eyed and watching. You can see the little snag in the curtains from her claws, but she is getting much better. When she was much younger she pulled several sets of curtains down.
This little girl has brought so much joy and laughter to me. There is not a day goes by that she doesn't make me smile. She is a good listener and seems to understand a lot of what I say. She comes when she is called most of the time but I don't know if she is really obedient or just terribly curious.