I love your Miss Kitty!!! If she comes up missing one of these day, just know that you’ll always have visiting privileges — provided you can afford the airfare to where she is!!!!! 🙂 🙂
I actually am originally from Florida, so would love to come down sometime. I’ll mail Kitty your way for a visit, and then come down to pick her back up. 🙂
That’s a lot of work! But she sure is beautiful!
Miss Kitty is very pretty and now we know how she stays that way! I have noticed the female cats that I have owned are much more fastidious about their fur than my males, kind of like us. Have a great weekend!
I have noticed that too Tina. Our barn tomcat is not as clean as the lady barncats.
She’s a star! And she knows she’s head of the household, too, just like all cats. Such a beautiful kitty.
She’s been requesting an agent to handle her calls Vivian. 🙂
I was smiling through this entire video! Love watching kitties bathe. Your kitty looks much like our new kitty, Sundae. She’s become the topic of many of my blog posts recently. Guess she’ll be looking for an agent soon too! 😉
I’ve often wondered if their little tongues get tired! My daughter has a part Persian kitty whose white is always so white; how she finds the energy is beyond me!
Miss Princess there is so delicate with her cleaning. Love the way her little nose wrinkles when she really gets her teeth into it. My ol’ tom cat isn’t as fun to watch. But, I love him.
Never noticed the wrinkled nose. I went back and watched this again….tee hee….she does have cute wrinkles. 🙂
Loved this post and the music was so in sync with the washing that you’d thought Miss Kitty was playing a violin as well! Thanks for sharing! Have a good weekend as well!
Oh my! How cute! I loved the music, that was great!
Ha ha! Your cracking me up here. Great short video and your music selection was spot on. Keep up the good work, I mean the posting.
Thank you Peggy. Kitty contributes to the blog where she can. 🙂
Yes, I also loved the music that accompanied the
kitty cleaning. Think I’ll play it again the next
time I watch my birds clean their feathers!
I love to see my little yellow cockatiel run his
tail feather through his beak. The conure has his
own routine also…this is after I feed them their
treat, and they sit on the edge of the carriers, and
entertain me and the other elderly residents of my
apt. building…mm, vancouver,wa.
I used to have parakeets and loved watching them clean too. I love it that your birds entertain your neighbors too Mary M.