Musings on cats, travel, gardens and life
Posted on March 5, 2019
by Susanne Swanson
Benji and Tiger have lovely patterns in their fur and are happy to show them off.
But sometimes they are swallowed up by other patterns.
For Cees’ Fun Foto Challenge, Patterns.
Category: Cats, PhotographyTags: Benji, Cats, CFFC, pattern, patterns, Photography, Tiger
Wonderful thoughts for this week’s patterns. 😀 😀
Thanks so much. 🙂
Haha! Oh gosh, that last one made me chuckle 🙂 They are precious!!
Thanks so much!! 🙂
My pleasure. Thank you for making me smile! I could eat those lil ones right on up!
I chuckle every time I see your cats on your bedspread. Great new pictures.
Thank you. It’s a good match! 🙂
Great camouflage, Susanne. Or should that be ‘catouflage’? 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Catouflage it is!! thanks Pete. 😁🐱
Wow, camouflaged kitties!! X
Hiding in plain sight! 😁
Yes….try not to sit on them!! (I’ve seen it happen in the past!) 😹
They are both beautiful kitties.
Thank you so much! 🙂 🙂
Nature is made up of beautiful patterns.
I love their patterns! I think it is so amazing how there are so many different cat fur patterns too! I really like when they are on their “big cat” patterned blanket. Have looked for one like it but haven’t found one yet. The picture of Benji in front of the computer is the one I was looking for to use for when Foster and Panda were “Skyping” them. One reason why your blog had so many hits that day 😋🐱🐼
Thanks! Aren’t they fun? We picked up the blanket to use in our camper once when we were on vacation. They use it more than we do and always look so nice on it! 🙂
Susanne, I love cats, and yours are adorable! I’m always dazzled by all the different fur patterns out there. If you’re anywhere near Wisconsin, I know a woman who needs to rehome two beautiful stripy cats!
Thanks so much! I’m in the Pacific Northwest so nowhere near Wisconsin. Hope the beautiful kitties find a wonderful home! 🙂
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