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Cats in a hot summer morning


These days we have tropical temperatures. Today it is 35 and tommorrow the forecast is 38 Celsius.
No wonder, I see my fur friends only in the morning and very late in the evening. This is what I saw today in the morning when I looked out of the balcony to the east..

…and when I looked to the west…

Let say, these are Boaz and Jakín, like two columns in front of Solomon´s temple (darkness and light)…ok, no tarot, please…
Oooh, what´s going on over there?

…they are kissing :)))

Heyy, Policeman, I want it too! Wait for me!

Let´s hope he did not miss the train…

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Absolutely brill blog and photos, i adore cats:o)))

30 Jun, 2012


Well done Kat.
Good Blog..
Pretty pussy cats and wonderful captions :o)))

30 Jun, 2012


Excellent blog, really made me smile, your cats are so cute!!

30 Jun, 2012


Thank you very much Clarice, TT and Marion, I am glad you like the cats. I sometimes feel as if I rented a room at THEIR balcony and they just kindly ignore me :)))

30 Jun, 2012


Added to GoYpedia Balcony category :o)

30 Jun, 2012


LOL. Thank you! :))

30 Jun, 2012


Lol. ;o)))

30 Jun, 2012


Love those cats , Katrina ; Tt has put them in a Cat-
egory .
A bit on the warm side with you , quite hot here but very windy .

30 Jun, 2012


Thank you, Driad. Today is the hottiest day, it should reach 39. Unfortunately, no wind, even breeze :)))

1 Jul, 2012

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