Caturday - photography.

in PowerHouseCreatives3 months ago (edited)

Hope everyone had or is having a good Saturday.

We have 2 cats. Rosy is the mother of Rooies. Rosy was the baby of a feral cat and when she we got her, she was so wild and afraid.

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We keep her for weeks in the bathroom to kept her from just running away. She is still very afraid of strangers and actually only tolerates me and hubby's presence.

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Each cat has it's own personality. Rosy grew up to be very lovable. She come lie on your chest and then you must rub her. If you stop, she protested by putting her paw on your lips or nose as in the pictures.

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Another thing she does is giving Eskimo kisses. She comes and press her nose against yours. Sometimes she did this just to get attention, but she especially do this if her food dish is empty.

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My hubby likes to teach the cats to speak. He talks to them and then they must miaau to answer. So both our cats communicate with him this way.

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This is Rooies, but he is a problem child. I will tell you about him another time.

Thank you for looking and reading.

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Thi sis the best love and to see that paw on your hubby’s face is adorable

Thank you for stopping by, I am glad you like it.
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Adorable photos of your hubby with Rosy!

Thank you for stopping by. I think so too. 😉

I LOVE me some cats @hope777. Rosy reminds me of my cat Tripper, who was a polydactyl. His coloring and markings were almost exactly the same though. I coaxed him out of the woods behind our house. At first he wouldn't let me do anything, but I am loving and persistent.
I love your post my friend

Yes, we too love cats. Thank you for telling me about the polydactyl. I did not know about it. It's so interesting that the Ginger Cats can look so much alike. I am glad you could coach him out of the woods.
We moved 2 months ago and Rooies keep on going back to our previous house/area and he have to go over the Lagoon via the bridge it's just amazing.
He dissappeared again yesterday.
I am glad you enjoyed my post.
Have a blessed Sunday.

Rooies was born with you right? I think he should come back to you, although he may not survive crossing the bridge many times.
Get him home (to the new location) and have him neutered. He should stay put then (after he forgives you that is 🤓 )
Ernest Hemingway was famous for adopting polydactyl cats, his home on Key West Florida to this day has a population of them

Yes, Rooies was born in our home and he was neutered just after we have moved about a month and a half ago. I have asked people at the old house and neighborhood to look out for him. Quite a bit of rain forecasted. The bridge he travelled over is luckily only for pedestrians. I think it will get better each time he came home. The 2nd time he stayed longer. Maybe 3rd time lucky.
Hopefully the last of his male hormones is getting out of his system.
Interesting facts about Ernest Hemmingway's home and his love for polydactyl cats.
Good luck for the new week. 🌟💫⭐