Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Shrinking Sun Puddles.


During the summer I have enjoyed coming in here and getting the evening sun puddles. I seem to be waiting a long time for them to get here lately.


Something's wrong, I think it has shrunk.


I can only get my paws in it.


I'm not very pleased about this.


Well that was a waste of time, it's gone already. Mum says I will have to wait until next spring before it comes back again, so I suppose I will have to find my sun puddles elsewhere.

44 comments:

  1. We are noticing the same think Flynn.
    We miss those long summer days with almost endless sun.
    Good luck in your hunt!
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  2. Our sun puddles get bigger int he winter months and smaller in the summer.

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  3. Dang Flynn, we all need a sunpuddle on demand button!

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  4. Maybe Mom could move the couch, Flynn?
    Follow the sun!
    xxoo
    Maggie, Mickey Mouser, and Rufus the Red

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  5. Our sun puddles have become fewer and farther between lately, too, Flynn. Well, until spring you'll just have to stay warm by getting lots of extra snuggles from your mom and dad. That doesn't sound so bad!

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  6. Or, your Mum could move the sofa...
    Hee-hee!

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  7. Yep, they're getting smaller here, too, Flynn!

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  8. Another option, Stay close to the pawrents'a lap. It's warm too !
    =^x^=

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  9. Oh no, Flynn. Maybe o e will sneak in.

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  10. Sorry the sun is hiding on you Flynn. I love all these photos of you though and those are great pillows too. XO

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  11. Well, that's a bummer! Your fall sun puddles are already almost gone.

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  12. Oh sweetheart, if it were possible, we'd get you 1,000 sun puddles! We know you mum will make you comfy spots wherever she can find sun.
    Those pillows! That's the story of our family!

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  13. Oh dear Flynn our sun puddles are getting lazy so we know the dark nights are well on their way too.

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  14. I hate it when this time of year rolls around - it gets cold again AND the sun puddles shrink. Darn!

    Hugs, Sammy

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  15. We know, Flynn...sunpuddles seem to be so hard to find starting this time of year.

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  16. Sorry to hear that your sunpuddle has shrunk, Flynn. We hope you find a new sun spot!

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  17. Tell us about it! And we had snow today too. Open up the Argos catalog and point firmly at the heat and SAD lamps!Maybe they'll get the hint.

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  18. Oh I'm certainly sure your mom will make sure that you'll enjoy fall as much as you enjoy summer!

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  19. Yes, the sun-puddles in my apartment are moving and shrinking, too, Flynn. The sun is off to southern climes and what light there is, is rather thin. Just another five months until spring, though.

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  20. We're seeing the same thing here, Flynn, and #1 says it's only going to get worse from the weekend.

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  21. We hope you find a new sun puddle soon.
    The Florida Furkids

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  22. We're holding YOU to that next spring Flynn.
    Our sunpuddles are shortening too because it gets dark so much earlier now and very very soon our time changes (what a stupid thing we do!!) in fact I think it's this weekend and it will be dark before 6pm! EEEK

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  23. Hmmmmmmm. Get a bit closer to the window maybe? We hope you find a sunny spot before spring!!

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  24. We noticed the same phenomenon here too, Flynn. Can you imagine that it will be worst in a few days ? We heard Claire talking about it with Momo. Purrs

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  25. Dearest Flynn, mom and I would MAKE some sunbeams for you if we only could! And brng them right to you.

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  26. Our sunpuddles are shrinking here, too. Might be time to bring out some fleecy blankets!

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  27. dood...tell yur dad ta sawz a hole in de roof...that will let in mor sun ...honest ! heerz ta 9 tinz & 187 purr cent kibble ♥♥♥♥♥

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  28. Doesn't that stink when you finally find a sun puddle in a comfy spot and it flies south for the winter.

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  29. FLYNN I HEAR YOU GOOD BUDDY. THIS TIME OF YEAR THERE ARE MORE MOON PUDDLES.
    LOOKING GOOD MY FRIEND!!
    HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF

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  30. How sad for you, Flynn! We are having the same problem here in Chicago.

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  31. Flynn, darling, mes feels your pain! My luscious sun puddle is now on the OTHER SIDE of the apartment building...but wes had no sun and only rain too...
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  32. Days shorter, the sun puddles don't last as long, in different windows. I want summer again.

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  33. We understand completely, Flynn. Our sunpuddles are shrinking, too! :(

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  34. Shrinking sun puddles should be banned! At least our window that has the best sunpuddles is south facing so we can catch what little there are of them until the days get longer once again...
    We hate the long dark nights even more than the hiding sunbeams...but at least now the best spots in the den are by the heating vents, ahhh!

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  35. I feel you so much!!! It's so sad to see those sun puddles shrinking:(
    Hannah

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  36. I can't find a sunpuddle on my couch either, Flynn, somehow the Sun plays tricks on us :D Pawkisses :) <3

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  37. The sun is shrinking everywhere Flynn...it's time for blanket snuggles!

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  38. That's the only thing I don't like about this time of year--fewer sun puddles! Maybe you can dream about them. Then before you know it, it will be spring and you can lie in them again.

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  39. Awwwww Flynn, mew need to come and have a vay-cay on level eight of the bunker in the Biosphere, the sun shines as much as mew want dude!

    Purrs

    Basil & co xox

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  40. Ours are moving about too Flynn. Luckily our two front windows fast East and have a seat on each.
    Purrs
    Timmy and Family

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