Monday, 2 February 2009

Luka's feeling for Snow

My little 'snow leopards' haven't seen proper snow before.

Luka loves snow..




Hebe isn't so sure


10 comments:

Crusty Bedsocks said...

Lovely! Funny how some cats like it and some don't, my dogs absolutely love the snow!

easygardener said...

My three hate it. One has just looked outside then attempted to use a large flowerpot in the conservatory as a toilet!

Yolanda Elizabet said...

With cats snow is either a hit or a miss. In my experience mostly a miss though. ;-) I remember my Sam jumping into a mountain of snow when he was a kitten, so amusing as the snow stuck to his whisker pads! But most of my cats, looking very offended, shake the snow off their paws and pop indoors again, back to the warmth and all the mod kitty cons.

Lovely pic of gorgeous and cute cats! Hopefully James will have kittens reading your post. ;-)

JamesA-S said...

Mine went out early, didn't like the look of it, came back in and shat in the fireplace.
Charming.
Apologies for lack of commentage, have sorted it all out now. I assure you that, particularly in this weather, parties are no fun without socks.

VP said...

Our 2 are such wimps - honestly!

They're on double central heating duty today ;)

And WV says hahei!

Arabella Sock said...

I've only just managed to get Luka in he is enjoying it so much. Unfortunately I trained my two too well and they ALWAYS come in to use the poo-tray and cost me a fortune in cat grit. I've begged them to go and do it in next-doors garden like proper cats but they don't take a blind bit of notice.

emmat said...

I love your cats, they are the prettiest cats ever but especially in the snow

Juliet said...

I was thinking that, Emma - they look as though the snowy background was designed purely to show them off, don't they?

HappyMouffetard said...

Gorgeous cats.
Bill and Ted are busy wedging themselves under radiators.

Arabella Sock said...

Ha ha! They know they are gorgeous and take full advantage of it. Luka is quite crazy about the snow. He has been out again this morning pouncing on drifts, batting bits of snow around in the air and bounding around like a mad March hare!