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Friday, July 29, 2011

Sunbeam Tactics

 
Sometimes there might only be a thin sliver of sunbeam
in the house, but that does not mean that it is impossible
to enjoy.  If the quantity of sunbeams are low then one must
become inventive to employ different tactics.  Quality
bliss can be reached with only a little bit of light.
Sunning under the chin is an excellent way to
catch those singular sunbeams.  This spot is one
of my most favorites scritching spots because of the
sensitivity and the magic of the sunbeam works in
the same way. It causes a blissful state of peace when
there are no large sun patches. 

12 comments:

  1. I like your reasoning, Willow. Hahaha. By golly, I just wanna snorgle that tummy!

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  2. Oh what cute pics! So true about the sunbeam! Haf a great weekend?

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  3. You sure know how to work the sunbeams, Willow!

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  4. Well done Willow. Good use of that really skinny sunbeam. You are such a smart cookie. Hope you have a fantastic week end.

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  5. Willow - you gave us such a surprise how you played with that sunbeam.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  6. Yep, you sure made the best of it sweet one!

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  7. Sunbeams are very impawtant to us kittehs! You are clearly taking full advantage of yours. :)

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  8. Willow, we were worried for a second that you were an international spy undergoing laser torture!

    Thank Cod it was only a 'beam.

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  9. Willow you are definitely Queen of Sunbeams. I never thought to try to get sun from a sliver...Hugs Madi

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  10. Willow, we love your sweet name and you are so beautiful! Thanks for the wonderful comment you left on our blog today!!! We think you are gorgeous and so very pretty in your hat too!!! Lots of love, Debbie, Holly, Lilly & Angel

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  11. Willow, That is an excellent demonstration of maximizing the potential of even a tiny sun-slivere!

    Well, I think over what you said about being more nice and understanding of my Human.... (shhh--like THAT will ever happen, MOL!)

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