Thursday, February 28, 2013

Snow More

We have had a lot of snow lately,
over one foot just this week!
Most everyone loves the beginning 
of Winter and the magic of snow.

However, there are some who do not.

It is cold and wet, and makes life difficult.

Snow can be a lot of work! 

Sometimes it seems just there is no end.
Here's hoping Spring will be here soon!

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29 comments:

  1. I hope all this snow ends soon, too. I can't imagine putting a harness/leash on my cats - they'd freak out! lol

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    1. Yes, mine would, too. Well, Maggie would just lay there.

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    2. There is a device called a kitty tuxedo...it's like a velcroed vest...My kitty walks nicely in hers!

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  2. We had the biggest snow storm of the year yesterday here in Ottawa. But enough already. It slows down traffic and waiting for someone to make it home in one piece is stressful. City driving in the snow is awful.

    Stay safe and warm

    JB

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    1. I agree. The impatience and conditions make for a bad situation. I worry about Bill all of the time.

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  3. I am guessing Bill is in full agreement with your assessment of winter, snow and the coming of Spring. And, I too, second that motion! Very cute, especially the first picture.

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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    1. Nope. Bill is a trucker. To him it is just another day, another challenge. Real truckers, over the road truckers especially, just deal with whatever it takes to get the load there, safely and on time. He loves the challenge.

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  4. I always feel so bad for the pets left outside during cold weather....though I do realize GOD gave them fur for a reason.

    New follower via GFC and new participator in this meme.

    Holly @ Words Fueled by Love

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    1. Yes, me too. I worry most about domestic animals, because we have altered their genetics by domestication. But I worry about wild animals just because I care. Thanks for following! I will over to "see" you!

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  5. I'm with you: Come on, spring!

    Happy Thursday. ☺

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  6. OMG! That last one cracked me up big time!!! Hope you get a little relief from the snow...or at least a cat to come shovel! lol

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    1. Even having thumbs, Maggie just won't shovel! Thanks!

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  7. Wow look at the tongue on that first kitteh!

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  8. I love these! They made me laugh :)

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  9. It's so hot here, and we are getting little relief, I bet you envy me as much as I envy you. I've never had snow. Everyone probably enjoys it to begin with, but then it becomes a bit much. At least that's what my brother in law tells me (he's in London).
    All the kitty pictures are so cute.

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    1. I hate extreme heat with humidity. I truly love Spring and especially Autumn.

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  10. Good pics :D

    The first part of winter, we didn't get much snow but lately we've been getting dumped on. I live in an apartment so my cat doesn't have to deal with snow as he's strictly indoors.

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    1. Same here. Our cats never go outside! It is too dangerous, even though we live in a rural area.

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  11. We moved from Chicago last May to to the sunny state of Florida just so we didn't have to put up with snow and ice.

    Did that last cat turn into a zombie cat because of the snow? LOL

    Have a great weekend!

    Steve

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    1. We live on the IL/WI border. The last cat is a Yeti. We call Maggie P. , "The Abominable SnowCat".

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  12. We love these photos especially the last one with the dancing white kitty. It remains cold here, but we really, really hope the snow is over! Purrs and hugs from the kitties at www.thecatonmyhead.com, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

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    1. Thanks. We agree! The last one reminds us of Maggie P., our Yeti.

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