"Norwegian Forest Cats love to be up high, and appreciate a cat tree or somewhere they can roost."
I'm actually surprised it took this long for her to discover the beams. We're going to try to rearrange some of the furniture to hopefully discourage this habit. As much as she loves being sooooo high, it makes me a nervous wreck, worrying about her falling.
While taking photos of Baby, I decided to take a few photos of our little backyard through the FR windows.
The the trees are almost completely bare of all their leaves...
... except for a few hardy survivors...
... who continue to hang on, probably until our next rain or wind storm.
At least there's not been any snow yet! Wishing you all a lovely weekend.
There as been no weeding, grass planting, gravel path making, or any of the projects we had planned for this year.
Thankfully none of the backyard critters or birds seem to mind.
They continue to visit us regularly, which is always such a delight! The birds and squirrels are constantly knocking my faux birdhouse off its pole. A simple project requiring some nails and glue, yet there never seems to be time.
The only thing being tended to in the garden this year is watering and changing the hummer's sugar water on a regular basis.
And, of course, filling the bird baths...
... and tossing peanuts. Mr. Blue Jay has made the tall birdhouse at the center of the garden his lookout tower when I toss peanuts into the yard.
Of course there are those who also prefer a lookout tower closer to the ground...
... as evidenced by this little guy...
... and this one.
I've been super busy with both transcribing and some other issues (sick car, sick hubby, and sick me) this past month, but there is light at the end of the tunnel so hopefully I'll be able to visit many of you in the near future!
And I'll definitely be sharing some photos of my Sammy's and Chip's in a future post.