Saturday, 22 June 2013

Soft Focus Saturday

Loyal readers, by popular demand I post some photos of my humble self. These were taken a couple of days ago on the catio, when the sunshine was still with us. It seems to have left us - hopefully not for long as we wish to enjoy the long summer days!
But I hope you like my soft ginger furs contrasting with the fine greenery. And of course you can see my growing freckles.
We ginger cats have these 'age spots' which can develop. Apparently it is called lentigo simplex, but methinks there is nothing simple about it. These spots are gained through wisdom and experience.

13 comments:

Sweet Purrfections said...

What a beautiful photo!

Prancer Pie said...

Beautiful photos, King! You have totally captivated the womenfolk here at Prancer Pie! (we call those freckles - beauty spots.)

Sparkle said...

I think that is just the opposite of humans - don't their freckles fade with time? Which only makes sense, since I think they become LESS wise with time.

Sushi said...

Beautiful!

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

Handsome doesn't rhyme with kitty.

I suppose you do look kind of attractive in your portrait today.

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

Oh Puna-Chan! What utterly lovely photos of you. They make us feel all soft and gooey.

Purrs,
The Chans

Honey P. Sunshine said...

freckle nose, i have a freckle on my nose too

Flynn said...

Those are beautiful photos of you. You look very kittenish in the first one. Eric had lots of freckles on his nose and lips, but I don't have any.

Anonymous said...

Stunning pictures, king Punapippuri! Your beauty is breathtaking.
Dimitria.

Katnip Lounge said...

ooooohh!!!!!

Mommy gets all weak-kneed around be-lentigo'd kittehs.

Kea said...

Actually, before reading, we thought those were pics of you as a kitten! You look so young there, at least to us. Lovely photos. If you're aging, we don't see it. :-)

Kari said...

You've retained your kitty charms, Puna. Those sweet, innocent, soft eyes have just melted us.

Texas, a Cat in New York said...

I can relate ;-)
Purrs