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Feline Friday – #87 – late Friday afternoon


It was getting to be late Friday afternoon and I had no ideas for Feline Friday so I just started snapping. Freddie was on his favorite chair and decided to let me take a portrait. He has a very photogenic pink nose.Freddie and Frankie

Frankie was curled up on the sofa and refused to open his eyes for me despite my spot on imitation of a squeaking mouse. He was probably dreaming about mice anyway.Freddie
I had to run a quick errand. By the time I returned home both cats had changed locations. Freddie was on the coffee table cosying up to Ansel Adams and was done with posing.

Frankie had taken up a position under the chair. Who says you have to sit on the cushions? This way he can rest and still have a good view of the room.

The felines wish you a good week until next time!

Author: RMW

I am an explorer and creative person. I've had many jobs, careers and interests... everything in life and the universe fascinates me. Born in Brighton, England, I've lived my entire adult life in Los Angeles, California. A few years ago I rediscovered photography which is a great excuse to get outside and look. I'm also in the process of re-writing some of my unpublished short stories and possibly a novel. .

14 thoughts on “Feline Friday – #87 – late Friday afternoon

  1. Gosh they’re both so gorgeous. Happy weekend to you all.

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  2. LOL! The photo with Ansel is priceless, Roslyn. I laughed out loud!


  3. I get the part about having no idea what to post and just snapping. I will just wait instead til next week! Looks like Ansel likes cats!


  4. I especially like the last photo. Frankie might be “feline groovy” as he surveys the scene….but he’s not in the best position to jump out on a passing mouse (not that a mouse lives in your house, but there could be one passing through). 🙂


  5. Awww – purr-fect.


  6. Great series of photos Roslyn, the one with Frankie curled up next to the Ansel Adams book, a classic. Wishing you a great ending to the weekend.


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