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Snow survival tips

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1) Get under cover
2) Hunker down
3) Stay on the roof
6th Jan 2010, 11:21   | tags:,,,,


Martin says:

The pigeon shot is excellent!

6th Jan 2010, 11:32

Kostika says:

Love that second shot. He's a domesticated wild cat.

My Charlie won't even set foot on the snow. He hates it.

6th Jan 2010, 11:54

Viv says:

a definite snow cat :)

6th Jan 2010, 12:05

hildegard says:

Agree, the pigeons are splendid but your cats really are stunners. The second pic is a classic Cheshire Cat face, if ever I saw one.

6th Jan 2010, 16:51

Wendle says:

LOVE the third shot - faved.
And that is an awesome cat! :)

6th Jan 2010, 17:37

harimanjaro says:

Thank you all. Moshi quickly decided that snow was best watched from under the bench, but his sister preferred charging around and jumping into small snow drifts. She was certainly more wild than domesticated today.

6th Jan 2010, 18:54

MaggieD says:

Lovely set of pics .... how do you tell them apart? .... and where were you positioned to take that (ace) third shot?

9th Jan 2010, 20:26

harimanjaro says:

You can tell them apart quite easliy if you see them together, Maggie. Moshi is a big bulky cat, 6 kg of fluff, while Eclair is half his size, very slim and athletic. She spends half her time running around just for the fun of it, and the other half dreaming about running around.

The third picture was taken from my back bedroom window. No climbing on snowy rooftops was necessary.

10th Jan 2010, 09:42

queserasara says:

These are wonderful - I love the fact that cats look down their noses at snow, where as dogs are just fascinated.

10th Jan 2010, 12:40

SendMyCard says:

What a fab cat, it looks quite at home in the snow.

12th Jan 2010, 09:13

FilbertFox says:

I love that last shot!

our little black cat has not gone out, the snow is deeper that she is tall.

I should have said 'was' the snow is melting now

12th Jan 2010, 20:19

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14th Jan 2010, 23:08

MaggieD says:

Good to know that you were safe and sound and inside ...... I know that there are some Mobloggers who would not think twice about precariously perching to get the best shot ;)

15th Jan 2010, 18:35

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19th Jan 2010, 18:50

wonderful! they look like owls

23rd Jan 2010, 20:18