Memories Monday with Angel Socks

I want to share some meows of wisdom with you today.

Spend time with your family because none of us know how much time we will have with them.

I lived to be an elderly mancat of 16.

I had a good life and was much loved by my humans.

And by my fur siblings.

I had sun puddles to sleep in.

Be sure to tell your humans to put their bed in front of a window facing east, it makes for pleasant mornings.

Isn't Yin beautiful! Black cats are very loving and kind, if you have a black cat in your family you are very lucky.

She watched over me while I slept and gave me very gentle baths.

Chimera spent lots of time with me too, but she was usually busy watching bird TV. ~Socks, remembering for ATCAD

Scylla Sunday

I am so glad another Galahad book came out. I can't get enough of that cat, he lives in some very posh digs with some entertaining humans,  he even has his own butler and boy are things different in the future. You can just meow at machines and get whatever kibble you want like on Star Trek. ~Scylla, reviewing books for ATCAD

PeeS: Mommy's boring review is here, she doesn't even mention the main character Galahad, so I don't think it's much of a review.

Sorry my selfie is kinda blurry.











Caturday Art

 Our first offering is a scrapbook page Mom made of Daddy walking on the beach at Deer Island. This is where they spent Father's Day. They had a nice time even though Mommy got too hot and it made her sick.

 After that we colored some pictures of Cats. Some are fanciful and some are more realistic but they were all fun to color.







Mommy says technically this isn't a cat it's a fox, but we think it is cute. ~ATCAD






Fenris Friday

What???? I rather like what Mom did with the light in this picture. The original was too dark to show off my eyes.

Oh, what am I doing. Why I am sitting in the shade, it's too hot to do anything else. While the cats and Tuiren love sun puddles I like Mommy much prefer the shade. ~Fenris, reporting for ATCAD







Thankful Thursday with Chimera and Yin

We are both thankful for the back porch, it is a nice spot to hang out with the Mom.

Chimera is  thankful for doors that open to let her inside when she is sleepy.

Chimera is also thankful for her tail, she says it is great fun to play with.

Yinny is thankful for the fence that keeps her safe.

Chimera is NOT thankful for the fence and ...

escapes over it whenever she pleases. ~Chimera & Yin, reporting for ATCAD







Wemembering Wednesday with Angel Socks

Toward the end I spent a lot of time sleeping but I liked being near my family so I would move around to be near them. Mommy's chair was a favorite spot as I could keep an eye on her in the kitchen and she sometimes came sat in the chair with me. She often turned the heating pad on for me and left it in the bottom of the chair for me. She was using it for her shoulder when she took this picture.

I was always spry enough to get into mischief. Yep Mommy caught me breaking the "DON'T GET ON THE KITCHEN COUNTERS" rule. Does your humans have that rule?

You have to admit she made it really easy to break that rule.

We won this cat bed in a contest long ago and it has always been my favorite cat bed. It was the purrfect size for me and complemented my coloring to purrfection.

I so wish I could have stayed with my family longer.

This was my nest in the garage that big blue thing wasn't usually on the floor though. Scylla knocked it off the shelf when she was stomping around above me, that girl is the clumsiest cat I have ever meet. My nest consisted of the navy blanket and the pillow placed next to the heater Daddy got us cats and the freezer. I stayed nice and warm there. ~Socks, reporting for ATCAD

Tuiren Tuesday

Does this picture look weird to you? it was taken in the fog. Fog is like walking in a cloud, it does interesting things with your ability to see, smell and hear.  Mommy doesn't usually come out in the fog but after days and days of storms Mommy said a foggy day was an improvement and out she and the kittens came. I made sure no rabbits attacked them.

Once the fog burnt off (what a funny expression as fog doesn't burn) you could see the Geese down at the pond really well. I enjoy watching them.


~Tuiren, reporting for ATCAD