Our Siberians do not go outside except if we have a catio set up but with the falling of the first snow of the season, Jim came to me once again “You are not going to like this, but I really would like to get photos of the cats in the snow.” All of them? I respond. “Yes!” I usually balk at this idea because I can just picture the cats saying “Wow! So this is what Siberia is like – I think I will just wander around awhile.” Jim promised he could outrun them if they decided to take off (really, Dear, do you realize how old you are!). I agreed to give it a try.
So how did it work out? Let’s view some photos of Mr. Silver.
As you can see, Mr. Silver was not impressed. He said “My ancestors left Siberia for a reason! Let me back in the warm house.”
We did manage to get one good picture of him.
And some of you may notice that Zhaklin (Jackie) is missing from the photo array. She is the oldest and therefore the smartest. Once she realized what was going on, she hid herself so well we could not find her anywhere until she knew it was safe to come out! “Next snowfall, Jackie, we will get you first!”
Of course, Zeke, our Australian Shepherd has no problem whatsoever with a snowy day.
At this time of Thanksgiving we pause
to count our blessings.
The freedom of this great
country in which we live.
Our children, grandchildren and other family members.
Our friends, both old and new.
Our Semper Fi Family and the friendship and confidence
you have shown in us.
For all of these things we are deeply thankful.
Our best wishes for a