Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Here Kitty, Kitty...


Did these little guys just finish singing for their supper? Or maybe they are watching the moon rise.

As you can see by the background, with the green measuring cup, this is a miniature. I have a set of the Lowell Davis, "Cats in Rural America". They were given to me as a gift, coming from the family's estate sale.


I like to call this one "Scardy Cat". 

The man, standing behind them, is a miniature doll of Teddy Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States.



"Looking for dinner".





















I think these kitties have found dinner, but I have a feeling it didn't belong to them.



These two have decided leftovers taste better!



It's so nice to be loved....
















If you have chickens and cats, this is one scene you have probably experienced. Cats are always looking for trouble.

Hope you have enjoyed my "Cat Show" today!

Meggie Mac































9 comments:

  1. The one with the chicken cracked me right up! That scene is totally true - our cat is CONSTANTLY looking for trouble and our hens will have nothing of it...

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  2. They are gorgeous! I have a few small cat ornaments but they are nowhere near as well designed as these. Thank you for posting about them. Jx

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  3. What a lovely collection, guaranteed to put a smile on your face! They do capture cat behaviour beautifully.

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  4. I have thoroughly enjoyed it, thanks Meggie!

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  5. I have a friend who would drool over this collection. It's very lovely.

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  6. Lovely kitties. I like all. I really want to send you little gifts dear Meggie. They are little gifts but You ll remember me when you looked them. How can I manage. Thank you and best wishes..

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  7. They are charming!!! Never have I seen any in any shops!

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  8. How cute! Although the scene on my farm regarding the chickies and cats... is more the entire flock of chickens cornering the poor little feline. Safety in numbers!

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