Cats of Beauty

If you’ve been reading my blog posts, you will get the idea of how much I love cats, specifically my Norie. So now for something a little different. Having had two cats and a love of beauty in most of what I see, l thought I would share these fine, feline photos. Can you tell that I love cats? I have shared pictures of my two already but will share one of each at the end of this post. My second cat, Sister, had to be put to sleep due to a brain tumor. I miss her still.

Bengal/Siamese brothers..
Two Brothers, Wilson and Newton.

These two beautiful brothers lived in Virginia. (Regrettably Newton has since been lost or killed.) And Wilson passed away too. They were energetic, loving, playful and intelligent felines. They are part Bengal and part Siamese and are about two years old in this photo. 

Norwegian Forest Cat.
Kingly, king-sized Norwegian Forest Cat.
Two Tuxedo cats on printed chair cover.
Two beautiful, camouflaged sibling tuxedo cats.
Multicolored cat on chair
Sweet calico cat sunning, herself in Old Salem.
Black cat.
My beautiful black cat, Norie.
My sweet, gray and brown tabby with white legs, Sister.

Lioness with three cubs, one behind her right leg.

24 thoughts on “Cats of Beauty

  1. Elaine,
    These are so adorable! I showed them to my daughter too, and she was “meow..meow-ing” .
    I hope your Wednesday was great!
    ~ Dajena ❤

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    1. Thank you! They belong to my best friend’s son. They are far more energetic than my two but very loving and sweet. So glad you and your daughter liked the pictures!! Had a lovely Wednesday, thank you.

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      1. 🙂 One day, we will have a cat too, but to be honest, I am not ready to add one more member to our family. 🙂
        Pleased to hear, you enjoyed your evening. 🙂

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    1. Well I had my two sons, their wives, a 5 year old and a 3 year old grandson and a 1 year old granddaughter here and a very well trained golden retriever in the living room . It was a bit rambunctious for my cat but I carried her out to the living room and put her on her cat tree so she could watch for awhile and let the children see her. She was mildly interested and when she looked tired, I brought her back to her safe place, my bedroom with the door closed. I checked in on her often and fed her and loved on her .She was really a chill cat. I had a wonderful day.


              1. I married a man who had had 10 children so he wasn’t interested in having more. I inherited four of his who were still small, one of whom lived with us as she was growing up and others who visited frequently for vacations. When he died, they were all pretty much grown up or living with their mothers and I moved to Mexico so I have not seen most of my step-grandchildren but keep up online.

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  2. 3 years after my husband’s passing, I adopted my Philip in December of ‘19. Little did I know at that time that three months later Covid would hit…..Having Philip got me through the loneliness of that time… In May ‘21, I adopted Micah, and we are now the three musketeers, and I could not imagine life without them!

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