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Saturday, 19 April 2008

Broody cat?


Five reasons why the brindled studio assistant is being very sensible . . .

1/ it's overcast and there's a cold easterly blowing off the North Sea

2/ the hen-house is dry and clean and quiet

3/ straw mattresses are soft and smell lovely

4/ the ginger studio assistant is occupying the cosy chair in the house

5/ the studio door was closed


She has decided to stay there for the afternoon – I have let her keep the eggs to cuddle. I wonder what will happen if an under-gardener wants to lay an egg!

13 comments:

  1. We're all a bit broody here too. Yesterday we got hail, sleet, snow, lightning and thunder. What an adorable face that kitty has. --Curmudgeon

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  2. Very cute. She doesn't chase the hens then?

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  3. That is not an unintelligent cat! That looks like the warmest, cosiest place in the United Kingdom at the moment!

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  4. Our old Siamese cat used to curl up in a nest box when he was tired of ratting.

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  5. I couldn't stop laughing when I saw this post - we've had our fair share of broodies but this is the best!

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  6. Celia, that is just the cutest cat, and such a great photo! Cats are great! x

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  7. Oh Celia, this is truly wonderul. I recently found another photo that showed harmony between cat and hen but yours is adorable. Isn't life grand?

    Diane

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  8. Adorable! thanks for the savory rhubarb recipe suggestion!! I had no idea it could be used in so many ways...

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  9. What a sweet scene to happen upon! Looks like kitty wouldn't want to be anywhere else:)

    Brenda

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  10. WWW - I hope spring arrives soon in the Pacific NW

    Joanna - I couldn't resist posting this one!

    Wendy - the kittens were taught who's boss at an early age!

    Matron - cats are very, very sensible!

    Dinahmow - your Siamese spotted a good place for a cat-nap!

    Chooks'r'us - so pleased you enjoy my blog!

    Louise - she knows she's cute - that's why she gets away with also being 'Miss-Chief'!!!

    Diane - my studio assistants love the hen-house!

    Jean Ann - enjoy the rhubarb! I cooked a rhubarb upside-down cake last night - mmmmm! and it's spicy lamb and rhubarb tonight.

    Brenda - she's skilled at finding the quietest, cosiest place to spend the afternoon.


    Now the ginger studio assistant wants his 15 mins of fame too!!!

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  11. What a cute photo! I don't think our hens would be too pleased with being invaded!

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  12. What a fabulous photograph. Your cat is lovely.
    Sara from farmingfriends

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