Wednesday, March 4, 2015


It has been noted, on this blog and elsewhere, that cats have an innate wisdom that the human species may not share.  For example, this video was shot earlier this week.

Those white flecks in the air?  That is snow, my friends.  In Arizona, where the sun shines well over 300 days a year.

Now, while that snowburst . . and most of the day . . rain was occurring, human beings were outside walking the streets and sidewalks. With their dogs! In freezing (well, it seemed freezing to me) and extremely inclement weather.

And where were our two cats during this weather disaster?

Sharing the foot of a bed for their warm afternoon nap. That's where.  I rest my case.

By the way, a little later I (stupid human that I am) ventured outside to take a photo of the snow-covered mountains and found, to my surprise, a snowbow. That's like a rainbow and it's just barely visible at the left of this picture.


  1. Your neighbor whose good house is never doneMarch 4, 2015 at 11:38 AM

    Wow! You get some amazing shots. All that walking is producing some great pictures. And yes, we walk in the rain, snow, hail. I was surprised at 5 PM yesterday walking the asphalt trail and getting hailed upon the entire walk. Better hail than rain.

  2. Have never seen a snowbow. Sure looks chilly your way back east.

  3. Despite the quality of your pictures, I can't feel too sorry for you. It was -2 here when I had my coffee this morning.

    1. Our cats have resisted any thought of moving to Montana, too. :D

  4. Snowbow? That is a new one for me.

  5. The kitties lie in pools of sun on our hardwood floors from October to April. :-) Minneapolis is a good place to be a spoiled cat!


  6. You got a beautiful shot of the snow covered mountains and the "snowbow"

  7. If there's such a thing as reincarnation, I want to come back as a pampered house cat.


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