Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Watching the Rain

Callie is an indoor only cat, but seems very interested in what's going on in the outside world. 


For the past 2 weeks, there's mostly only been rain to watch. Her former mom says she does like to go outside a little bit, so we may try out a harness when the weather is nicer. 


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26 comments:

  1. A kitty can see a lot from the window. :)

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  2. My gramma gave us a bird feeder a couple years ago. Mom has it hanging right outside the front window and the kitties love to sit there and watch birds. Maybe she would like something like that too.

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    1. She probably would, except there is a lack of trees out there lol. There is a place next door that builds and ships cabinets. Her and Shiner always seems interested in snoopervising the going ons over there. Plus there are rabbits. ;)

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  3. We send you some of our sunshine. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  4. I'm with you and I'm an indoor cat too when we have rain. I cross my paws that the idea with the harness works great and you can discover your worls not only from th window Callie :o)
    easy rider

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    1. She has been outside before, but her former yard was a fenced in place that seemed safer than my giant jungle of a yard. She did go missing once for a week at her old home, and then decided to come back. I definitely don't want that to happen!

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  5. Do you have good Bird-tv, Callie?

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  6. Still, rain is better than snow... Good luck with the harness!

    --Purrs (and wags) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  7. We had a bunch of rain yesterday. Rainy days are no fun when you have to outside!

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  8. Rain is on the way for us here in Toronto over the weekend.

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  9. It's raining here today. I can't complain though. It just means more snuggling! Hope the harness works out for you. I'm still struggling with that.

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  10. I would much rather watch the rain from inside than outside!

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  11. We've begun to crack the windows a bit and Rhette is very interested too! Love Dolly

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  12. How's she adjusting to everything? Nice to see she's made it from behind the sofa!

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  13. callie...best ta watch rain dropz, vizshuz squirrel, ore de grazz grow...any thing.... bee sidez ....BURD.....

    ♥♥♥ hope ewe R settlin in aye oh kay ♥♥♥

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  14. Always great things to observe from a window like that, Callie! Sounds like you are not an escape artist like Maxwell! He is an indoor cat although he may disagree!

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  15. There's sometimes quite good bird TV!

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  16. First it was snow, snow, snow and now it is rain, rain, rain. We are anxious for spring and suspect that Callie is as well. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  17. My kitties love to watch out the window too. I think it provides the perfect balance between the excitement of seeing the creatures outdoors and the comfort and safety of having a pane of glass between you and them. I'm glad Callie is enjoying the view (even if it is rainy).

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  18. We're glad Callie is getting settled in. We hope your weather gets better soon ... rain's a little boring after a while!

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  19. Lil Callie is watching cat TV and enjoying it very much!

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  20. I think its great when the cats can actually wander outside. You should def do it when it warmer :)
    www.southernfolly.com

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  21. Rain is better watched from indoors anyway!

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  22. Outside is okay, Callie,,,,but remember,,,,,it looks better from inside than it really is. Most of all,,,enjoy being warm & cool depending on the season,,,,and always enjoy being dry !

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