Home is Where the Hearth is – 66/365

Sometimes, on cold winter nights, there is nothing to do but sit by the fire and enjoy the warmth radiating onto your back. Rupert is Cornish Rex and is coat is naturally short like that and curly. They always have lovely slim, svelte bodies.

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12 Responses

  1. +Shelly Gunderson – the one is usually found by the other at this time of year. The fireplace heats the house, so is always alight now.

    Thanks +Khrystiane Friedli – and a happy +CATURDAY! to you! (belated)

    +Christina Lihani – we love him a lot.

    🙂 +Jeunar Walter 

    Rupert is not too bad with Joni, the puppy and I think they will be good friends. But at the moment it's a good thing that he can escape to safety as Joni is pretty rambunctious, and a little too heavy to be landing on cats. +Scott Ormond – hope Charlie is well.

    Cats always know how to look most elegant and to be photographed at their best. +Jacqueline Hodsdon – I am sure they choose the most complimentary spots to sit in case  camera is near by. 🙂

    Rupert is a natural model and doesn't mind any part of being photographed. +Ursula Klepper – he is the best cat, the most talkative and the most loving. He always has time to sit by the fire (or curl up in his heated bed). He has his priorities sorted out right.

  2. Oh those big eyes!! He seems to be not so amused about beying flashed … :o) … nothing to do and sit by the fire … how cosy! … I have always something to do, lol! :o)

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