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a ginger cat, and a giveaway win ...

This cat isn't our cat, we don't have a cat. Cats just love spending time in our garden, from dusk 'til dawn. With undergrowth to explore and hide, birds and frogs to stalk, and butterflies and moths to tease.

This ginger cat has a very bushy tail and trots, just like a fox. It reminds me of Gizmo, who belongs to a blog pal Simone, at Linden Grove.

It shares the garden with a black cat, who I call Lucky, whose favourite spot is sitting on top of pots in the late afternoon sunshine and who spends early morning hours asleep, curled up in the flower border.

When this pair meet, they really don't get on, and I'm often witness to a hissy fit.

Simone recently had a giveaway, the prize being a set of handmade cards. Lucky me, I won!

Where does your cat like to hangout?

I found these lovely tags in the parcel too! Thanks Simone.


Simone said...

I recognise those! x

Christy said...

congrats on your win! the kitty tags are cute!

Anonymous said...

A perfect win for a cat lover like you :-) I'm not surprised cats like to hang out in your garden!

LizzieJane said...

Congratulations! What fun cards to win in a giveaway.

Anonymous said...

We don't have cats but a couple of cats love our garden. I had the back door open earlier and a little ginger and white cat poked its head around but ran off as soon as I noticed it.

periwinkle said...

I did think I'd come to the wrong blog , he does look like Gizmo doesn't he --- congrats on your win too

Rhondi said...

Hi louise
I'm taking some time today to visit some of my blogging friends that I haven't seen in a long time. We don't have any cats of our own anymore, but the neighbor's cat Norman, who is an orange tabby is often here, sleeping under our bushes or stalking the fish in our pond. He is a sweet cat an dwe like him a lot.

twiggypeasticks said...

Cute kitty stuff!! I'm more of a dog fan myself but that is one pretty ginger kitty.
Twiggy x

Rosie said...

Congratulations:) Like you we have cats visiting our garden. Our own two have special little places to sit and let the world pass by - one under a small fir tree and the other under a bush at the opposite side of the garden. Our visitors spend their time under the gooseberry bushes or under the small willow near the pond where they can watch the frogs:)

Glo said...

Congratulations, Louise, a lovely win for a lovely lady :)