Tuesday, 30 November 2010

I have been so busy thinking about how kind I can be to Aila-sisko that I forgot to post these pictures of my weekend adventures. We all want to go outside, but it is only for the brave to stay and inspect the corners of the kingdom.
You can see I stride boldly across the Arctic wastes - it was a little chilly (-19'C). I decided not to use the outdoor facilities as I was not so sure my piddle wouldn't freeze on my fur.
You can see the snow on my furry tail. I stayed out for as long as I could - until Äiti chased me inside. I could have stayed for hours of course, but chose to stop her worrying about me freezing away by allowing her to take me indoors.
I do believe my Britcat cousins have had more snow than we have here, but no doubt more will come soon. In the meantime we hope that they are enjoying catching snowflakes and swishing their tails through the snow drifts.

5 comments:

Kea said...

Those photos are terrific! You look like you are in your element, striding across your "Arctic" wasteland.

-19C is very cold! Why does everyone think our country, Canada, is so cold? LOL!

Katnip Lounge said...

The snow is *almost* up to your tummy furs...we are waiting to see your snowplow manuvers.
Very wise to pee indoors...it's a little brisk when the wind whistles through your bits and pieces!

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan and Bibi-Chan said...

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!

Ginger Jasper said...

We have got snow here too and I think you are so brave. I hate the stuff. yuk.. I should stay inside if I was you.. Hugs GJ x

OKcats said...

We love to see the photos of you in the snow. Do you really love it that much? Would you stay out in it all day if you could, or do you just run out for a few minutes and then run back in to thaw out? We've never lived anywhere that cold (nor has our mom), so we're really curious how a Finn cat behaves in that weather.