12 October 2009

It is a cold, damp, rainy day, here in the mountains
of East Tennessee.

Do you know where your Barn Cats are?


Heart2Heart said...

If I had a barn I would think, cuddled up in the hay trying to stay as warm and dry as possible. Keep your fingers crossed we have some mean clouds blowing in and some hope for some rain.

I have been meaning to tell you just how much I love your blog Misha! It's simply beautiful and cozy! Just like I would imagine you are!

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Flat Creek Farm said...

Mine (big and little) are toasty and warm in the barn - hanging out in the hay. Looks like yours found a cozy place to hang out! So cute! -Tammy

Lucy said...

I love cats. I wish my little guy could know a rainy cool autumn day.

I love your blog. :)

I think I've said that before. I just keep finding it out over and over.

Elenka said...

In the house, being their soft, warm and cuddly little selves. While I'm at work and trudging home in the cold and the rain. What's up with that?

The cottage by the Cranelake said...

Cold winds from the arctiv´c has reahed us now. Not pleasant at all!

I have no barns, but my two cats are sleeping close to the kitchen stove now :-)
Have a great day now!

Rural Revival said...

Would I if I had a barn, have lots of barn cats! For now, my little Whiskers is driving me crazy, meowing at the door to go out mousing. Could she if she didn't sleep all day, it's too late for that now!

Be well! ~Andrea~

Statch said...

I scrolled down your sidebar and saw all the pictures of the rescued cats. That's wonderful, and they're all so special in their own way. (Shelby looks a lot like our Irving.)

I usually read your blog in a blog aggregator so I only see the posts, not everything that goes around them. I was really missing a lot!

Elle Bee said...

He he, so cute & cozy! My suburban kitties WISH they were barn kitties! But they are relatively happy curled up on my down comforter (and leaving fur all over it!).
Elle :o)

Lori said...

Your blog heading picture is gorgeous. There is nothing like the beauty of fall where you live! I just found your blog and love it! We have spent a fair amount of time in Monroe County, vacationing and looking at properties. We live in Northern Illinois currently, love to motorcycle and are looking to relocate to a place with milder winters but still get the change in seasons. We've looked around the Madisonville & Tellico Plains area mostly. We love Donna's in Madisonville. It's become a staple lunch stop whenever we're in the area. Glad I found you. I'll definitely be back to read again.

Mountain Woman of Red Pine Mountain said...

I loved the picture. I have to tell you every time I see your header picture, it takes my breath away.

Oz Girl said...

After a week of gray and rain, unusual for our parts, we finally saw the sun yesterday! Yay!

When I walked outsice with the dogs one day this past gloomy week, our black cat, Barack, came out of Ringo's igloo doghouse. That sure made me laugh! Then Fluff came out of it yesterday morning. Guess they've found a super warm place to curl up. :)

Cheryl and Carman said...

Barn cats hahaha! They end up living as house cats...but they love climbing up in the closets?!
Cute picture I have 3 different shades of orange cats!