Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Cats with attitude

I saw this picture and I just knew, that these cats must be related to our cats. Some distant cousins...I'm sure of it.
Cats with Cattitude...

Our cats have so much attitude that Cucoo has taken up residence in a small hut in the bushes, of our front yard.

Luckily for Cucoo...cats nap a lot, so he has quite a bit of time to enjoy his new home...Which he really loves! He says it makes him feel like, he is on some tropical island paradise.

16 comments:

Tomas Dennis said...

So cool

Finn said...

Cool Katz!! I'm with Cocoo, I vote for a little grass shack somewhere quiet.

Love the pictures...*VBS*

Thanks for your comments over at my place, I hope you do pick up some sewing if it speaks to you..*S* I feel like that when I see the homemade bread that Hidden Haven Homestead, or Stitched with Love show on their blog...isn't this a great way to connect..? *VBS*

jellyhead said...

Poor Cucoo..he's been exiled. What a cat-a-strophe! (he he)

Tanya said...

Love the hut!

About my travels - I do feel lucky to have been able to travel for so long (I had seven years out of Australia). The experiences made it so worthwhile, even though I am 'competing' in the workforce with people 10 years younger than me now. I have lots of stories and anecdotes to tell, many half written at the moment. But I will blog them eventually...

The Four Bears in the Woods said...

Love the cats but I don't blame Cucoo I would want to get away too. I know our dog Rusty likes his hide away from our cats.
Cucoo deserves a place where he can relax after all the hard work he has had. Good for you Cucoo we will have visit and check out your new pad. Mama Bear

doubleknot said...

Really cool cats. Wonder if I could get mine to wear shades.
Looks like a nice place for Cucoo - a nice tropical island would be really nice for all of us - as long as it had ice for water and drinks.

Tropical Screamer said...

What a cute photo.

And my little grass shack is hotter than heck today. :)

Darilyn

Alipurr said...

that is sooo funny because i actually have the "Catitude is everything" picture on my fridge...

somershade said...

That's a funny bunny, ask Cucoo if I can come visit, I'm in the mood for alittle tropical vacation.Cucoo is spoiled, like the cats with cattitude.love ya

Franny said...

You really do take the lovliest photos! Oh summer, where are you?I'm not really a cat person, but there have been cats that have won my heart, including the neighborhood ginger cat that i buy treats for.
Cucoo's house looks like a swanky place...does he rent it out for holidays?

Motherkitty said...

Poor Cucoo. I hope he didn't get too wet outside yesterday in his little grass hut with all the storms we had. He looks so forlorn out there all by himself. A star should not have to suffer in silence all alone. Those darn cats.

Abandoned in Pasadena said...

Everybody...Cucoo is having a fantastic time vacationing in his hut. After all the movie Hoopla, he is enjoying the peace & quiet.

He loves storms...you know he once dreamt of being a storm chaser...so the storm yesterday was a joy for him. His hut does not leak, so he did not get wet and the weather has been above the 60's so he is quite confortable.

Cucoo will not be renting out his little hut, but he invites all his blogger friends to come for a visit.

Jelly...You are so funny, what a witty comment you left!

bornfool said...

Cucoo is a hoot. It's a shame the cats sent him into hiding. He needs to work on his camoflage, though.

Sharon K said...

What a cute picture of the cat, I think I have a little puppy with the same pupatood. I always enjoy your post and the pictures. Have a good weekend and sending hugs.

judypatooote said...

You just never know where Cucoo will show up.....It's ashame he couldn't have hooked up with Peggy's knomb, Norm, and travelled around the world with him...Norm is visiting my place in Aug.....it's crazy what we will do when we get older....lol

Kerri said...

Very funny picture....cats are certainly way cool :) Poor Cuckoo to be chased out of the house, but glad he found his little tropical paradise.