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The Tree Hugger


I just had to post this photo of Anni on one of her supervised outings. She only goes out with us following closely behind since we live near a busy street. She is so happy to get to walk through a small patch of grass and watch butterflies and birds. Posted above is Anni hugging a "tree". It's actually a telephone pole but she doesn't know it. Compared to living in NYC this is paradise for her! 

Comments

Yael said…
Another paradise Elisa!!! Sweet Anni - she is so lovely!
Annuk said…
Oh what a sweet Tree Hugger :)!!! She is so lucky to have the opportunity to enjoy spring outdoors! Well done on the supervised outings!
Thea said…
Too cute! I love that she just follows you on outings too. PS.. I had to laugh that I 'motivate' you to work. It's not your fault that I'm a total neurotic who doesn't know how to relax. xx
UK said…
I wonder how you got so good. Ha-ha! This is really a fascinating blog, lots of stuff that I can get into. One thing I just want to say is that your design is so perfect! You certainly know how to get a girls attention! I’m glad that your here. I feel like I’ve learned something new by being here.
Nazy said…
It's so nice to hear of responsible cat owners only letting their cats out supervised. Good on you, and great designs!

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