Thursday, 5 January 2017

Thankful Thursday

We have had very chilly weather here in Finland(N) and we like this: cold clear skies with dark nights are good. We like it - it is how winter should be. None of this melting lark. A few days ago Äiti caught Mr Hare on the time lapse over night - that was a warmer night because there were clouds. He's actually pretty big and it would take a coordinated effort by us to get him! That will not happen in this weather, but maybe he or she will have babies in summer who will be smaller......
And although we have not had much snow we are laying some foundations. Will we have a good GoldenGlacier this year ?  Loyal Readers, it is sooo good peemailing in the snow. We wish we could share the delight with you. 
And we are thankful to have the Catio, and very glad Äiti is still home from work as it's the school vacation here  until Monday. Yay! That means she is spending a lot of time with Roosa who is getting used to life without her litter-brother, and also time with us. which is just as well as those heaty pads shut themselves off after 90 minutes and someone with thumbs has to turn them back on, hehehe.

8 comments:

Katnip Lounge said...

hmmmm...Finnish hare looks awfully tasty!

yup, the lack of thumbs is such a bore, thank goodness for Humans.

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

It sounds like you guys are having a great time with Äiti being at your service... at least until Monday.

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

That hare could beat you in a kick-boxing bout. Or a race, wethinks!

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

Cheers to small Spring bunnies! Yummiest...

When the cat is away said...

What? Who invented this 90 minutes rule???

We don't share your enthusiasm about the golden glacier - in fact, we always go in when we need to go somewhere a lady doesn't talk about.

Eastside Cats said...

Roosa has the sads.

Flynn said...

I never see hares, but tasty young spring bunnies is a different story! Good work with starting on the golden glacier.

Dragonheart, Merlin, and Devi said...

That's a great close up of you, Veikko!