Multifaceted

Little Kitty, what do you see?

Little Kitty, what do you dream?

Little Kitty, what do you feel?

Little Kitty, what do you taste?

Little Kitty, what do you hear?

Little Kitty, what do you smell?

We snorgle.

Regular posting to resume once I surface from the pile of fabric, courtesy of one Ms. Denyse Schmidt.

60 thoughts on “Multifaceted

  1. Tajhia

    oh cute!!!!

    that post makes me miss my pussy-cats so much! (we had to rehome them when we emigrated and can’t get any more cos we live in a rented house)

  2. Brenda

    Wonderful kitty pictures! Although I assume Kitty would not like answering your questions as it would defuse her catly aura of mystery.

    You are an evil influence by providing the link to Ms. Schmidt’s book.

  3. M

    My little boy thinks that the kitty pictures make a really good kid’s book! Thanks for putting them up :)

  4. Wendie

    Your kitty looks so much like my little Frida. If you had added, “Little kitty, what drawer/door will you open today?” I would have sworn you were writing about her. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Amber

    Your kitty looks like our little kitty over here! Except our little kitty has unusual reddish brown eyes. Tabby-cats are so wonderful! :-)

  6. Maritza

    I love this All-Kitty edition of your blog today. Those are some great photos. She is quite lovely. So cute with her little paw over her face as she naps.

  7. dynna

    i so love all your knitting photos, but today, i thought i was seeing my miss lily here. your kitty and she have the same face. she is so beautiful also. i love the sleeping pose with her leg over her nose. adorable.

  8. Phyllis

    Your kitty reminds me of Thomas Hewitt Edward Hamilton Tigercat aka Tigger. He lived a long (18years) and charmed life with permission to sleep on bed pillows and chase his canine brother, Casey. (The two were adpoted within 2 weeks of each other.) I miss the two of them and their antics.

  9. Charlotte

    I was wondering who the kitty belongs to (you or…?). It doesn’t really matter, because that is one of the the cutest kittah pictures.

  10. Tana

    Okay, I must admit that I am ambivalent towards cats. I lurve doggies and I guess I need to be needed and cats are generally, way too independent. But that was too cute. I wanted to snuggle up to your kitty. So cute!

  11. Heide

    Oooh, I just love kitty pictures… they’re almost as good as knitting pictures. Thank you for sharing your baby with us.

  12. Jayne

    Kitty-Love! What a beautiful series of photos. I grew up with a kitty that looked like this one. We called him Tigger.

  13. Risa

    Great pictures. I have a weakness for just that variety tabby cat. My very first (and second) cats were brown tabbies. Sweet sweet kitties, one and all.

  14. ksfishgirl

    Don’t you just LOVE the Denyse Schmidt quilts book? :) I recently inherited piles and piles of fabric from my aunt, an avid quilter and victim of advanced breast cancer. I wanted to use the fabrics to make something that she would have loved, something wonderful, something that could be used and that I would get to admire often (as I admired her). Having minimal quilting skills, I bought this book and a couple of others… but DS is my FAVORITE and I’m piecing my first quilt now! :)

  15. Mary K. in Rockport

    Oh boy, you’re a goner. Happens to the best of us; they just sneak their way into our hearts.

  16. Kristen

    I just dug through your archives because I thought I’d remember’d seeing that you had a polydactyl (and couldn’t tell from the pictures posted here). I adopted a little one with a few extra toes on both sets of paws (5 on each back paw, 7-8 on front) and, for the life of me, couldn’t remember where I’d seen the picture. Thank you for sharing these great photos – I have a lot to learn about feline photography.

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