Saturday, April 25, 2015

Our Favorite Views
Rori admiring the view out the front window of the Portland house

Spooky 2 and Little Bit watching Baby Possum at our current house

Heimdall, Freya, and Daddy surfing the internet when the kittens were babies

Our backyard here

Tabby sees the Christmas tree in Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland every December

Little Bit and one of the twins watching Tuxie watch them

Freya's first experience with a coffee machine

Freya watching JJ take a bath in green-colored water from a dino bath fizz

Tabby loves the views from her stroller

R.K. and her siblings, viewed from our back door

Tabby and Heimdall watching Leopard

The ducks that Tabby sees in the marsh all the time as she rides home

The view out our back door when we lived in Portland (Starla, Baby Chiba, Little Bit, Smokey, and Boo-Boo Kitty)

A grasshopper that landed on Tabby's stroller one day while she was out visiting

Tabby sees this bronze statue in Pioneer Square in Portland when she goes to ride the MAX light rail there

All of us (or at least most of us) viewing Sherbet close-up for the first time (Heimdall, Freya, Panther, Carbon, Autumn, Tabby, and Little Bit's up on the box under the table)


pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Great photos. Sherbert must have been scared to be surrounded by so many kitties.


Those are fantastic views!! Wow great photos!
Happy Caturday
~Annabelle,Boo,Ping and Mr Jinx

Summer said...

Great photos! I would love to make a happy meal out of that grasshopper!

Anonymous said...

Great views! Poor Sherbet looks like, "Hmmm... I feel like I'm being watched..." Gah!

Love and licks,

Sylvia Ney said...

Such a cute idea for a blog - love the animals! New follower here. I'm stopping by from the "A to Z" challenge, and I look forward to visiting again!


meowmeowmans said...

Those are some really great views. We can understand why they are your favorites! :)

Cathy Keisha said...

They sure have a lot of views. Today I thank you for helping me with Cats A-Z. I hope Dare has a home by now.