Thursday, June 10, 2010

Eye of Cat - Weekend Reflections


I'm discovering our new KittyBootz is quite photogenic.  Snapping her photo last night was a joy--she even seemed to want to pose for me.

This is my favorite of the lot.  I love the contrast of her soft fur and the shine of  old wood.  And those eyes!  Wow!  What a little beauty.  She is filling our lives with laughter at her funny antics.  I'm so glad she's come to live in our home.  We are blessed.  

For more unusual reflections visit James Blog at Weekend Reflections.

 

17 comments:

Cheryl said...

What a sweet photo.

sheri... said...

i love the new look of your blog, giving explanation to your wonderful ways! i'm so glad that your new kitty is making it's way into your heart, and through your camera's lens :)

Lois said...

She is a doll!

michael said...

Congratulations on getting a new kitty friend. She's very cute.

Malyss said...

How lovely!

Cezar and Léia said...

You are so right in your words, those eyes are so beautiful.She is adorable!
Happy weekend
Léia - BONJOUR LUXEMBOURG and our kitty LUNA - from WE LOVE LUNA

Carolyn Ford said...

She is a beauty! I like how the light illuminates her whiskers...sweetness!

Clytie said...

She is so adorable - I'm so glad you finally have a new companion!

Suzi Smith said...

ooh, she is a beauty... and a show off too!!

Halcyon said...

She is pretty! Glad you found each other. :)

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Yes, it is a lovely shot. Well done!

jabblog said...

Cats are so beautiful - such grace and elegance. Gorgeous!

EG Wow said...

She's a beautiful kitty, Beth! I guess we'll be seeing LOTS of her on your blog from now on. :)

Catherine said...

She is gorgeous! So happy you found each other! :)

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Two years ago i just didn't like cats period. Now I really like the black panther and he likes me. LOL

I would like this kitty too.

Gledwood said...

He looks like my old friend's cat who was half Burmese and yowled like a baby...

... does he yowl like that? Or is normal catspeak his mother tongue..?

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Lovely cat. Yes, they can be subservient photographic subject. I cajole mind to pose then I reward her with a hug and a kiss. She loves that being cuddled and pampered by.