Friday, 4 January 2013

Freezing Friday

Loads of our snow melted and then it froze so we have an ice rink outside! Brrrrr.   If only Äiti were around in daylight hours so we could go out and play. Here I am a few days ago showing my expert door opening skills.
And of course then I have to go inside and scratch my favourite places in my indoor kingdom. It helps warm the paw pads.

11 comments:

Katnip Lounge said...

Nothing like a little friction to get the paw blood going! We wonder if Äiti will obtain tiny ice skates for you?

FURKIDSMOM said...

Brrr....even that little glimpse of snow made us cold!!
The Florida Furkids

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

It seems cold here, but it must be warm compared to what YOU have!

Sweet Purrfections said...

Brrrrrr! We're shivering just looking at your paws on that white stuff.

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

King P, My Human thinks you look positively scrumptious! Sorry, Pal, I couldn't stop her from typing that even though I know just how embarrassing that kind of talk is.

Sparkle said...

Wow, your whole world sounds like an icebox! It's making me shiver just thinking about it!

Prancer Pie said...

We hate to think of those adorable mancat feet being cold! Stay inside and stay warm, furriends. XOXO

Pee Ess - does Aiti have a hatchet to bust up the Golden Glacier?

Andrea and the Celestial Kitties said...

Goodness, if you have to go out in the cold, it's a good thing you can open the door to get back in!

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette said...

We have almost forgotten what cold feels like. It's 9C here today, and drizzling. No fun at all!

Purrs,
The Chans

Mr. Black said...

That's good that you know how to open the door!

The lady says you have a "kitten face" in that photo of you at the scratching post.

The Cat From Hell said...

Hi Punapippuri, Thanks yous for coming and visiting! First, right now we lives a few meters north o the 49th parallel in British Columbia Canada. But me has lived as far north as Edmonton, AB which is 53.55 (me was borned there) and our Mommy has lived as far north as 55.75 in Thompson Manitoba. We has seen lots of northern lights on the Canadian Prairie. Not so much here because we lives in a valley and has lots of valley clouds but we has seen them here too. Mommy purrticularly likes seeing them when they is all colors and listening to them sing.
Kisses
Nellie