Thursday, October 18, 2007

Purr-fect Autumn Wreath

My kitty has always loved sleeping in my seasonal wreaths. I found this picture tonight that I took of her when she was a tiny kitten asleep in our Christmas wreath.



This afternoon I put my fall wreath on the table, some of the flowers were loose and I needed to hot glue them back on.


She woke up for a few seconds when she heard a fly in the room. Then promptly nodded off again.
She spent several hours in the center of the wreath sound asleep.








12 comments:

Bek said...

That's soo cute! I never saw a cat sleeping in wreaths before:)

Vanillalotus said...

That is adorable. I love cats. Those are the cutest photos possible. All the cats I have had love to sleep in tight spaces like baskets, crystal bowls, anything small. I wish I could have a cat again but my puppy is a small game hunter and chases cats constantly.

Bare Bones Gardener said...

Nothing says 'lord of the manor as much as a cat in comfort mode....

Connie said...

She looks pretty blissed out!

Pam/Digging said...

Adorable. I wonder what would happen if you ever made a wreath out of pussy willow or cattails?

Robin (Bumblebee) said...

She looks like she's posing for a photo--on purpose, I mean. "Lookee how these flowers set off my natural beauty!"

--Robin (Bumblebee)

Kylee said...

Oh my goodness, how sweet is that? LOVE IT!

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Adorable! What a great series of pics Robin! Cats and flowers, flowers and cats; they are so mixy. Your Libby is a very pretty and happy kittycat with the right kind of cattitude. She knows very well what makes her even more pretty!

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

LOL - too silly!

Janice said...

So adorable! The fun thing about cats is they can curl up anywhere and always look cute! :o)

Robin's Nesting Place said...

Thank you all for the nice comments. I thought she was just so adorable in that wreath. She did keep adjusting herself as if she was posing for me, (I really think she was just trying to get more comfortable though).

Lisa at Greenbow said...

No doubt her comfort caused the adjusting in the wreath. She is adorable. Reminds me of Kitty, a cat I had for 18yrs. She loved to get into things to nap. Especially if I was working with it. It was as if to say I will take care of this.