12.03.2013

Brrr



Cold Weather... Is that you?

It is! Looks like you're gonna be hanging around all week. Of course I'm happy it's you and not Really Cold Weather. Forty degree highs is balmy for a lot of our friends. I guess I'll have to forgive Mom so I can cuddle. She is hot like an oven!

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  1. My Mommy has the hot flashes thing going on too. We LOVE to cuddle her!

    Have a great Wednesday and we our purring for your Grandpeep's arm. XOXO

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  2. MOL! Yeah, 40 degrees is balmy to us right now. :)

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  3. Oh yeah, Moms (and Dads) make great heaters! :)

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  4. Brrr! Out here in SoCal that IS Really Cold! We're going to be upper 50s for this week's high... and that is low enough!

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  5. It goes from warm to cold here. Everyone is going to be sick.

    Stay warm!

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  6. That's the only thing cold days are good for, kitty snuggles!
    Good lord, did you detach your back leg and stuff it sideways in your middle?? How in the world did you do that?? hee hee

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  7. We can only wish for 40F now. LOL. Maybe come March or April. :-)

    Happy snuggling!

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  8. I heard a cold blast had headed your way and that IS cold for you! For us, that's shorts and sandals weather lol. Today we are going to have a freakish 53 degrees, then we will plunge down over 30 degrees to where we should be.

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  9. You can only hold a grudge so long; especially when the humans weren't gone for elebenty-hundred days. And it sounds as if it is in your best interest to forgive her. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  10. That is pretty darn cold stuff Greyson. Did you tell that cold weather to just go away?? Hope you had a good talking to that 'cold weather'. Have a good day.

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  11. It's around 25 F / -4 C here. Mum and Dad added to a furry blanket are our favorite heaters when we come from the outside. Purrs

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