Saturday, 10 December 2016

Walkies and tree climbing

Daisy and I went walkies. It was a bit brisk, at -7 C., but she's a trooper. I wore my gloves. I do need to figure out how to put them on a string or some sort. They don't fit into my pockets when I stop to take a photo.

Despite the cold, you can see the green grass growing under the bird feeder. It was a short walk, just to the back of the yard.

Daisy had a pee in the snow. Seriously!

Meanwhile, back at the ranch. Dorah was getting into trouble.
Dorah was red squirrel watching from the safety of the door. Then, Daisy decided it was time to climb our little Christmas tree. 
They are getting pretty bored. We have a lot of toys and play with them!


eileeninmd said...

Hello, Daisy is a trooper walking out in the cold wet snow. It is funny to see them up in your Christmas tree, I hope they did not damage your decorations. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

carol l mckenna said...

Lovely wintry photos ~ favorite is the cat under the tree ~ received in 'light and love' ~

Wishing you days of contentment ~ ^_^

William Kendall said...

Isn't that just like cats to view Christmas trees as something to be dismantled?

Nancy J said...

Nothing like cold snow to make her want to have a short stop!! And the tree, that was waiting for some fun.Looks mighty cold there , Accuweather tells me you are-6 Celsius, and tonight will drop to -10.Keep those gloves handy.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
It's looking a lot like Christmas!!! &*> YAM xx

Cat Lover said...

Cats and Christmas trees! What is it that they must destroy them? One year visiting my parents we just sat down to our lovely Christmas dinner when we heard a crash from the living room. I dashed in and there was our cat (he went everywhere with us) laying on top off the tree which was now laying flat on the living room carpet. Such perfect timing!
Enjoy your Saturday.
Love your gloves!

Anvilcloud said...

What fun for the cat to keep walking with you like this. There are not many cats like that.