Roger is found

Most of today we knew that all of the cats were inside. It was really too hot for them to be out, except maybe Tigee as she lays in the grass in the shade and enjoys the warmth over the air conditioning. Roger was not around but I figured she was on Paulina’s bed so I didn’t bother to look. Sure enough Paulina found her when she came home at five, but she was in a different bed, Ana’s.

   
 

After she posed for the last picture she decided it was time to get out of the play pen bed. Tonight she will tear around the house keeping me up. I don’t want to let them out at night lately as we keep hearing coyotes. I am not sure how far the cats might roam when out hunting. I would hate for a coyote to opt for a little change in menu. Stay cool!

11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Charis
    Oct 20, 2015 @ 03:30:33

    So lovely – in a ‘bed of roses’ … ❤

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  3. Garden Walk Garden Talk
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 06:39:27

    I just saw another cat go viral on the web that was sleeting in the baby’s bed. It was upside down too and looked really cute like Roger.

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  4. Marc-André
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 04:01:38

    Glad you found him and you’ll have to enter him for tummy rub Tuesday haha

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  5. atkokosplace
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 02:02:17

    I agree. I too don’t let mine out for the coyote reason. She is a born model posing like that! Staying cool. You do the same.

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