Midwesterners are used to dramatic shifts in temperature, especially in the spring.  After all, it’s those warm fronts and cold fronts jockeying for position that often result in tornado outbreaks.  That said, I don’t think I’ve ever experienced the highs and lows we did last week.  As one of my friends said:  heater, air conditioning, heater, air conditioning, it’s like my house is going through menopause!

After our first 70F day,  happily turned off the heat.  And when it dropped to near freezing with snow the next day, I was in such denial that I delayed turning the heat back on until I could hardly stand to be in the house.  Yes, it got a bit chilly, so chilly that the cats snuggled up like over-sized kittens to keep warm.


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    • It is nice to see them snuggled up rather than wrestling or cleaning each other’s ears! 🙂

  1. cute overload… I too have an orange tabby and did have a calico until a year or so ago. 🙂

    • I’m sorry you lost your calico. This is our second calico and our first male/first pumpkin cat. Boy is he a handful! 🙂

  2. Awww snuggle bunnies!! So sweet 😀

  3. i can’t handle this! it’s TOO cute! 🙂

    • Thanks! They are so sweet! Since I posted this (what feels like eons ago) we started fostering kittens. Right now we have nine kittens ranging from 2 weeks old to 7 weeks old — plus a nursing momma — and Cali and Canyon are totally adopting to them like troopers!


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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.


Animals, Photography, Spring


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