Find the Kitty December 3, 2013 Just for fun, can you find the kitty? There is a kitty in this picture I promise. 😉 Share this:ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
46 thoughts on “Find the Kitty”
Yep, I found it. But I won’t ruin the fun for others. 😉
Thank you, Linda! 😀
Ditto to shoreacres but kitty is hiding well 😉
Annie, she is the master!
I found it right away, but had to click on the enlarged version to confirm it was actually a cat!
😀 I am always surprised when I find her spying on me. She is so shy!
Is it… ginger???
No, she’s Miss Kitty! 😉
Oooops… so sorry. I hope she didn’t read this…
Ha-ha-ha! No, she can’t read and I won’t tell. 😉
just behind the gate, bottom left?
Yup, she is.
Lynda she is in the very bottom of the lower left. I generally can spot a cat or dog “in brush” if need be. 🙂 Been around cats and dogs too long. They really do know how to hide and peak around objects, bushes, furntiure or whatever. Cute photo by the way. Now do you have a “find the dog?”
No, I don’t have a find the dog, but my friend does. I will look her up and post the blog address here! Her dog, Marky is amazing at hiding! 😀
OK, this is not a “Find Marky” post, but it was yesterday’s and it is too fun! I hope you like Lauren’s “Scratch and Peck”. I think she is remarkable!
Pretty colour cat. Do you realise that when you quickly scroll over the picture, it looks like a quilt? Do I have quilts on the brain? Uh, yup!
She is pretty, and I was recently told that she is rare. Most orange cats are toms!
Ha! Yes, you do Kate! Did you also notice that the little gate on the porch is made from one half of an old screened door? 😉
I found Kitty. I’d like to see more of her.
You will, Lillian!
Only when I double enlarged the photo!
I too had to click on the enlarged image to find the kitty, but find her I did! This was a good brain exercise 🙂
Glad you enjoyed it, Laurie! It sees that many of my friends have had fun with this brain activity, and I have a few more I’ll post from time to time! 😀
Ha ha! I see her and isn’t she the clever girl? What a sweetie!
Yes she is! But she is also very standoffish! She isn’t feral per se, she loves to be petted, but you simply can’t pick her up!!! 😐
Haha, she’s so sneaky! I love it.
Yes, Rara! She is the nearest thing to feral without being totally wild. She will follow me about the woods on walks, cry to me to pet her, but sadly, will not tolerate being held!
I found her behind the lattice!
Yes, she is always spying on me! 😉
why is there a stove on your porch? I love cooking outside, wish i had a stove in the porch! c
Celi, the stove is on the porch because I currently do not have a kitchen on the Mountain. We have been working feverishly to get the demo done so we can get on with the reconstruction! (Working one day a week slows this process down quite a bit.)
This stove is very a very old one that the Octogenarian left with the house. It still works, but I have my eye on a dual fuel model. We lost power for a week in the tornado swarm two years ago, and I’d like the ability to cook with LP even when the electric is not working… also, I prefer the electric convection for baking. In an emergency, though I will be grateful for just being able to cook! (BTW, Sears sold me a lemon 4 years ago, and they are replacing it per the conditions of my extended warranty) 😉
I’m with you regarding cooking on the porch! We do have a smoker for that (now that the opossum has been set free!). AND, I have often considered getting a ring stove that runs off of propane for cooking and canning outside! 😀
I have too! anything to keep the smelly foods outside in the hot summer! also with you on electricity for baking. I cook on the woodstove when we have not power, which is such a bonus, deep deep in my heart i want an old fashioned range that runs on wood, heats the water, bakes, cooks – the lot.. I would rip my kitchen apart to fit one of those if i found one.. new they are THOUSANDS… sigh.. c
I understand. I am guilty of coveting Julie’s AGA! 😀 And yes, they are so expensive!
Look here —> http://jmgoyder.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/img_1013.jpg
Julie has one! I am off to look.. c
and it is RED!!!
Yup, it’s a purdy one, alright!
Her husband, Ants bought it before they were married. She had talked about it a couple of times. 😉
I’d marry ANYONE who owned a red Aga!
Cats are always on the wrong side of the door.
We have three, none of them at all feral – they will sit on a knee as and when they choose, but they will NOT be picked up lol.
Isn’t it fantastic!
Janet, my kitties here in burbs are total lovebugs! They want it all, all the time. Very rare that they don’t want to be picked up and held… even when I don’t feel like it. LOL!
I had to zoom in…and then I saw the little face framed by the lattice. Is it an orange cat?
Yes, Mary, she is Miss Kitty. We inherited her and Neville when we bought the property. She is very pretty but quite skittish and won’t be held. AT ALL. 🙂
Gosh After enlarging the picture, I finally found your kitty.. so funny Lynda!
She is such a funny girl, Chantal! She follows me everywhere on the mountain. Then all of a sudden I will realize that she is spying on me. 😉