Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Fa Freddo (It's Cold)

Autumn is upon us. With the changing of the leaves, from hunter green to vibrant red, lemon yellow or burnt orange, comes the cold fall wind. In America the house was a bit warmer. Now we live in a house built of stone and tile. Believe me, when the weather turns cold outside, it gets cold inside.

Our humans were kind of enough to place kitty beds in front of the radiators. On the coldest of days, you will find us curled up to the radiator or snuggled underneath the down filled blanket.

So how does a cat warm his paws up after trotting across cold tile floors? By laying on his back with his hind feet up against the warm radiator!

A cat has to do, what a cat has to do!



Edsel/The Pooch said...

my Mom says you have a cute snuggly tummy that she wants to rub.

Shaggy and Scout said...

Looks like you've got the best spot in the house!

Anonymous said...

Wow!!!! What a wonderful place to keep warm!!! How long did it take you to train your human to work out this nice arrangement?

Cat Naps in Italy said...

It didn't take the human too long to figure it out. She saw us on the hard, cold floor trying to keep warm and put a blanket down. BUT her Mom (in America) sent over two kitty beds!!!! So now we each have a soft bed in front of the radiators (instead of that ugly green blanket)!

Cat Naps in Italy said...

Fat cat, you remind us of some one we know (and love) in America. Do we know you????

Opus and Roscoe

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