Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Christmas Comby






18 comments:

Shirley said...

Awww love it!

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Me thinks that you will hear that kitty where it roams with that large jingle bell on it's neck--how cute--now you couldn't do that with most cats!!
enjoy the moments, di

Michelle said...

THAT needs to be on next year's calendar for December!!! ADORABLE!

Linda said...

What a good looking Ginger Kitty!

Michelle said...

sweet :)

Lori Skoog said...

Fabulous!!!!!photos!

Grey Horse Matters said...

Gorgeous cat! Love the expressions.

Lisa Smith said...

Oh sweet, sweet Comby ~ you are so handsome! Thank you, Sara.... Comby is going to become my new screen saver, wallpaper, locking screen image, etc., etc., everywhere I can put him now! Bless his heart, he looks so good..... I have such a happy heart seeing him. Thank you so much!

sophy0075 said...

That is one tolerant cat. Bless your furry heart, Comby!
(I hope you got a kitty cookie after your photo session.)

Marilyn F. said...

Ahhhh . . . what a sweet photo. A potential Christmas card.

Far Side of Fifty said...

:) Merry Christmas Comby! :)

Benita Story said...

I've never seen a cat look so happy and smug wearing a Christmas Wreath. You're a good cat, Comby.

Glenda said...

What a gorgeous pic of a gorgeous cat. I have but one question regarding Comby - do you pronounce the "b" or is it silent? (Com-bee or Com-ee?)

JaneJMtl said...

Oh, Comby. What a beautiful boy. Biscuit’s reign on my iPad’s home screen is over. Long live the new king! ;-)

Karen Haggas said...

Kitty squishes! Merry Christmas crazy sheep lady!!!

I need orange said...

What a handsome and patient boy. Sending him a bit of whatever petting he likes best............ :-)

Sheepmom said...

Great pictures! He has a little kitty Mona Lisa smile working for him. Orange cats rock!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Good question on the pronunciation. If you look back in the archives you'll find a sweet peach colored cat who, I swear, told me his name was Brushy. We never came up with anything better so we went with it. When the next cat showed up Tim named him Comby. So think of a brush and a comb, Brush-y and Comb-y ;-D.

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