Sunday, December 09, 2012

Gabby's first big snowfall!

"Dad!  Is that why I'm called
a Snow-Shoe cat?"
"Dad!  Mrs. Rabitowitz taught me how to sit like a rabbit
when the snow gets really deep! 
Can I go out and play in it?"
Gabby will be one year old on December 29.
One day I asked Gabby if she wanted to go to church with me and she said, "No, cats do not need to go to church.  Anyway - they don't even let animals in church - so no wonder they say animals can't go to heaven."  I told her not to listen to people who talk like that.  She answered, "I don't."


  1. Oh, Terry - she is soooooooooooo beautiful! I bet she's just as soft as a bunny, too.

  2. She is a pretty Kitty. She looks like a nice kitty too.

  3. Love her "beauty mark".

  4. talk about kittehtude!

  5. What a little sweetie ! and the look she is ginving you Terry: great attentiveness, great love - I Know cat looks.

  6. Aw, what a beauty! Love how she sits.

  7. She is soooooooo cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuute.

  8. I'm so happy to hear of Mrs. Rabitowitz again!

    Gabby is a sweetheart. Did she actually feel the snow on her snow shoes?

    My oldest darling and I saw a little lady named Stephanie with a 'dimpled' chin. A small spot of black fur.
    Oh how I wish I didn't have cat allergies...

  9. I'm glad that you two found one another. :-) She's very wise...

  10. Anonymous8:59 AM

    LOVE the kitteh!!! I just wanna snuggle her!!

  11. From a reader who wasn't able to post his comment:

    Your blog wouldn't let me post a comment, so I thought I'd just email it to you, Terry: Oscar Wilde -- somewhere, though I cannot remember the citation -- observes that cats, though they are undoubtedly the most intelligent of animals, appear nowhere in the Bible. Maybe that's why they don't have to go to church.



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