This is Inka. She's my first long-hair, my first black cat and my only girl. I rescued her from a drain pipe at my daughter's apartment complex this summer. She's pretty vigilant, but occasionally falls asleep on the job.
This is Kiko. My oldest son rescued him from the Sonic drive-thru last year. He's always burrowing under something or trying to squeeze in somewhere. But he's also an inevitable napper.
Kiko and Inka used to be close, not so much since Inka was spayed.
Lastly, this is Roscoe. He's my "scaredy" cat. I adopted him from a lady who was moving to Alaska. I don't think he's ever been in the sewing room but he chills on the couch when I'm watching a movie and will jump on the bed to get pet in the morning.
Here are a couple of rare pics of all 3.
A Thread for Life
...let us not love with words or speech, but with actions and in truth.
1 John 3:18
You are waaaay more patient than I am! My cat gets booted out of my sewing room almost as soon as she shows up. I love the pic of Kiko and Inka on the ironing board. I wonder if it is still warm from the iron! (what is the machine Inka is lying on in two of the pictures?)ReplyDelete
don't you just love quilts + cats!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I do!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
I do Elizabeth! =)Delete
Zenia, these kitties are so cute, my wee outdoor tough has always lived outside. She gets whiney if she's confined inside. So I'd love a cat in studio. Heh, good to have you aboard my Crazy Quilt Along 2014 coming up in January. CheersReplyDelete
Thank you Caroline. Looking forward to getting the instructions in my in box. =)Delete