Feeling Lucky

Uh oh. It’s one of those days that mom is in a cooking mood. We spent several hours this morning catching up on our blogs and still are working on Sunday! Don’t know why she thinks she can take time to cook. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that she is hungry and if she doesn’t cook, she doesn’t eat. No fast food places around here!

She is making bread from the book Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day (she discovered that a few weeks ago and now always has dough in the fridge), soup that she saw on The Pioneer Woman (we watch that together all the time), and she’s also talking about baking cookies. Where in there did she mention something for us? Maybe we will at least get some of the special treats she makes us.

The good thing about all this cooking? It got so warm in the house that mom opened some windows and doors even though it’s only 55° out. We love looking out the open doors and windows! We haven’t gotten to do that much since we moved here because it has been pretty cold most of the time.

Feeling lucky and loved - looking out the window from my warm, loving home

I know this sounds warm to so many of you who are experiencing REALLY cold weather right now, but whether it is 55° or -5°, it doesn’t really matter to us indoor kitties. For us, it mostly just means no open doors and windows and laying on our perches over the wall heaters when they are on. We are lucky to have warm, loving homes. I look out the windows at the feral kitties and, on really cold days, think how cold, and maybe even hungry, they must be. Mom says two neighbor ladies feed them and they have some shelter under buildings, but they don’t have loving homes and I wish they did.

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Feeling lucky and loved,

Christy Paws

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17 Responses to Feeling Lucky

  1. Lucky kitties : handmade treats, and even a bite for you ! Purrs

  2. Wow bwead in 5 minutes a day? Mommy wuld luv dat. Hope yous get sum speshul tweats. And we worry ’bout all da outside kitties too and so wish they had a pawsum furever home like we all do. Weez glad they be taken care of, maybe sumday they will hav a home. Stay warm.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Lexi

  3. Summer says:

    Those poor outdoor kitties… I wish they had somewhere warmer to be.

  4. Glad you got some nice window whiffies along with the nice smells from the kitchen. Sounds like heaven to all of us! Maybe your Mom can make some of those shelters made out of storage containers for the ferals if she wants.

  5. Raven says:

    Open window time is the best. I had a couple minutes this morning, but it was foggy here and mom doesn’t like the cold, damp air.

  6. Oh, it will be awhile before we get to open windows here. We have been subzero a lot this month. We pray for all of the critters. Hug.

  7. I like it when mom cooks. She’s messy and I catch the odd piece of meat. As for the temperature, if you’re not used to cold temps then the mere dropping of a few degrees seems like ice cubes on your back.


  8. Thinking of kitties outdoors in this bitter cold just breaks our hearts. We are all very fortunate to be so loved. –Truffles

  9. Penelope says:

    Yous guys is so furry lucky! Mommy has not made mes any homemade treats since before wes came to Calgary…

  10. Ellen Pilch says:

    I am glad you know what lucky kitties you are. I love The Pioneer Woman, I have made a lot of her recipes and we always enjoy them.

  11. We wonder if you guys ever get a little taste of your mom’s cooking.

  12. My mom cooks A LOT but she doesn’t bake bread, wish she would! Love, Cody

  13. We really are lucky to have warm and loving homes. We are thinking of all of the feral and stray kitties during all of this cold weather.

  14. da tabbies o trout towne says:

    guys….thanx bee ta cod yur mom iz knot cookin a chcikn burd again !!!



  15. Sammy says:

    Oh how nice – you get to smell all kinds of goodies being made in the kitchen……..I agree with you about all the animals who don’t have homes like WE all do….you have to worry about them because they’re on their own unless they’re lucky enough to have someone help them with food and shelter. Sad…….

    Hugs, Sammy

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