Saturday, November 6, 2010

Barn Cat/ Camera Critters

Princess of the woodpile

This sweet kitty lives in a barn with her siblings and helps keep the mouse population down there, which is very important on a farm. But she is wary of strangers, especially of ones with cameras. She may not look like it, but she really is very affectionate with the people who take good care of her, even though she lives in the barn with the rest of the farm animals.


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30 comments:

Snap said...

Princess is a beautiful calico! Wonderful shot!

Viola said...

Oh she is so very cute!! :) I love those colors in her fur! Beautiful photo! :)

Nessa said...

She's adorable.

Francisca said...

Sorry, EG, but I think Princess is giving you "the look"! :-D

EG Wow said...

Francisca,
She is indeed! She did not like the camera one bit! :)

eileeninmd said...

Princess is a beautiful cat. Great photo of her.

chubskulit said...

Beautiful color, I love her yes.

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Birdman said...

LOVE cats!

jen said...

sooo pretty! I've always wanted a calico kitty. and a black and white one. but the four I currently have would probably start picketing. lol.

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, isn't she darling? Beautiful coloring. But she's very wary.
-- K

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ladyfi said...

She is a real beauty!

Dianne said...

her eyes do look a bit angry at the moment but most cats do that - I took Siren to the vet this morning, what chaos!!

she has beautiful colors

SquirrelQueen said...

Princess is absolutely adorable, she looks like a very sweet kitty.

RedPat said...

What a wonderful face! A real cutie.

Jo said...

Princess is beautiful with amazing facial markings. But she doesn't seem to be appreciating the interest in her! What a dear little thing to help keep the rat population down. Have a great weekend. Jo

Ruthi said...

Awesome shot! Love the look in its eyes. She is so cute indeed.

Denise said...

This is a lovely photo of Princess. What a pretty cat she is, the lighting is wonderful.

Shirley said...

She certainly is a pretty little cat!

alwaysbcmom.com said...

She looks a bit wary of you.

Crafty Green Poet said...

she is so lovely!

Lyndsey said...

She is such a lovely calico cat. You gotta love those that keep the varmints away!

Farmchick said...

Calico cats are my favorite. Looks like a sweetie in this pic.

anka said...

Wow, she is so pretty. I've never seen such a color combination, it looks great!

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

What a cute princes with fierce look in her eye

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Evelyn said...

SHe looks like she really doesn't like the camera.

George said...

She is a pretty barn cat. It's too bad she doesn't like people with cameras (it shows here!).

Ebie said...

And I love her colors too! She is so cute!

Nikki-ann said...

Aww, she looks so sweet and adorable... I love her markings too.

Erika B said...

Oh, such a sweetie! Great shot of her. Love her colors.

Erika B

maneesh said...

Recent numbers show that 63% of US households own a pet - that's 71.1 million homes and families with dogs, cats, iguanas, parakeets, fish, ferrets, potbellied pigs, etc, etc., Taking care of a pet is tougher than taking care of an infant, since our pets can't speak. Hence, making sure your pet is safe and happy when you leave it alone at home should be a priority for all pet owners. One of the simplest ways of watching over a pet remotely is by using some sort of webcam software like GotoCamera www.gotocamera.com that is easily available online these days. Thanks to technology and some very smart people who are working on making things easier for us, you can now use your basic webcam to monitor your pets while you're away from them.

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