Member since 8/24/02
Date: 6/18/04 6:45 PM
Quite a few of us have excellent taste, being both sewists and cat-owners... er, I mean owned by cats.
This is my sewing partner, who usually makes his presence known by taking my chair when I get up to cut something out.
...as well as a webpage with more pictures than you can shake a string at.
Member since 3/6/03
Date: 6/18/04 7:18 PM
Me with Carmen (orange) and Mr. Bonkers (black)
DH with his love, Tulip
Mr. Bonkers and Carmen are from the same shelter. I met Tulip at a party. The hostess had gotten her from a woman w/ 6 yo twin boys who couldn't take care of her. Neither could the hostess, so I took her in. She and DH fell in love.
Visit my pro-sewing store!
Member since 4/4/02
Date: 6/18/04 9:00 PM
I love seeing everyone's sewing assistants! I am co-owned by six furry ones:
Mommy's little booboo boy and the king of the house!
Winnie The Pooh
My favorite little sewing assistant! The sewing room is her favorite place to be.
A former stray, she took a long time to bond with us. She is definitely the Lady of the House as she tries to keep everyone else in line.
She is very shy and tends to stay in DS's room - we think she was abused before we got her.
Another former stray, DH found her at his office. Such a little sweetie - she "helps" me work during the day.
The runt of the litter - I took her *everywhere* with me in a picnic basket for the first few weeks. I was worried one of the other kitties would harm her. Now she is very attached to me and wants constant cuddling. As it turns out, she is our biggest cat!
Member since 4/23/02
Date: 6/18/04 9:07 PM
Master pooh the old man and head cat of person in our house.
Member since 11/6/03
Date: 6/18/04 9:32 PM
This isn't a great shot of Winnie, but you can see her enjoying her new cat tent.
Member since 9/18/03
Date: 6/18/04 9:44 PM
Max and Katie....Sittin' in a Tree!
This was taken a few months ago, so they've grown since then....well Max sure has. Katie is a tiny tortoise, weighing about 8 lbs. Max appears to be a Maine Coon, or at least partially Maine Coon. We adopted them last November from the Humane Society. They are not litter mates but get along quite well.
"As I stand before God at the end of my life, I hope that I do not have a single talent
so that I may say I used everything you gave me." Erma Bombeck
Member since 4/11/02
Date: 6/18/04 11:23 PM
"I base my fashion sense on what doesn't itch." — Gilda Radner
Member since 3/7/02
Date: 6/19/04 0:54 AM
This is my fuzzy pattern weight Joey...AKA the "Brad Pitt of cats". I have 2 others, but he is my "good looking dude".....
Therapy is expensive. Popping bubble wrap is cheap. You choose.
Member since 11/5/02
Date: 6/19/04 11:31 AM
Unfortunately I live in an apartment where pets are not allowed. Moreover I have trouble looking after just myself. I have decided, however, that if I am reincarnated, I want to come back as one of the outdoor cats who live in the park along the Zenpukuji River (more like a stream actually) in Tokyo. I go walking and jogging there at all hours of the day, and I have discovered that these cats get fed about every half-hour by numerous good souls who have taken it upon themselves to look after them. Sometimes they get their meals on fine china and someone comes along in the morning and covers them with blankets (though it never really gets that cold in Tokyo). They basically spend their days eating and sunning themselves, and they have shelters for inclement weather.
However now that I think about it, perhaps I should come back as a cat of a PR member. That way I could put my sewing skills to work in the next life!
Member since 7/29/03
Date: 6/19/04 3:08 PM
Here's my colony -
Fritzie, the Matriarch (she'll be 18 in September)
Thomasina, the Crazy
Baby, the Lovey
Baghera, the Timid
Outside, the Doctor
Brandi, the Scarey
Maxie, the Poop
Chevrolet, the Brat (and my avatar)