I have missed doing the Sunday Selfies, but this week I have a guest kitty taking part in the hop.
Meet Kozal, a 16 year old ginger mancat.
"Kozal is an absolutely gorgeous older boy who sadly suffers from arthritis. He loves watching all the coming and goings in the centre from his pen, and loves it when he gets the opportunity to have a play and a cuddle with one of our staff or volunteers. His condition makes it tricky for him to be picked up, but his previous owners told us that he loved pottering in the garden so we are hoping to find him a forever home with some outdoor space to stretch his legs. He would really benefit from a quiet, calm environment with no other pets or children to spend his twilight years - and of course an adoring owner to pamper him!"
I don't know why he was surrendered but hope that someone will give him a loving home to live out his golden years.
Their mom, Peggy very kindly said said she would like me to donate it to a shelter of my choice.
I decided I would sponsor a cat rather than make a one off donation.
The local shelter don't have the sponsorship scheme up and running yet and seems no nearer to it at the moment. Time was going on so I have sponsored through one that is, and of course I chose a ginger boy.
The only difference this makes is that we can only visit the cats in our sponsor pen if we are in that area rather than being able to visit regularly.
When the local sponsorship is eventually available I will be able to change if I want to.
Hopefully Kozal will soon get his forever home, but if not I hope he or his pen companions will have some more selfies to share in the future.
The boys did everything together and mousie hunting was no exception.
I used 2 or 3 different effects from Lunapic but can't remember which ones. I suppose I should have made a note as I did it.
I finished it with the bevelled glass effect frame.
I like the way the long grass looks, almost like a carpet.
Click on the picture to see the effect better.
The concrete blocks were stacked against the wall waiting to be used to build a garden shed. We changed our minds about building it, so the blocks stayed there for several years until they were used for a different project.
The boys were very pleased about that as they would lie on them at every opportunity as they made a lovely sun trap for them.
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We are ginger and white brothers and enjoy sharing our adventures together walking in the fields. Sadly Eric left for the Rainbow Bridge on 19.03.2013. I joined my brother on 1st May 2017 so now we are united again.