The beautiful and extremely feral "Caramel Brownie Kitty." My neighbor and I are both animal lovers - I think our two yards have kitty hobo signs* out back to signal to other strays that we feed and water neighborhood animals daily (this always includes a wide assortment of cats, but the occasional raccoon and opossum show up as well - what are you going to do?). I love this tiny little cat with her enormous, lemur eyes.
It must be a quiet day in cat blogging land, here are the others so far:
Kiri over at Eat Stuff has another new jumper!
Check out The halloween black beauty at Tarzile.com
Check out the cuddly Miss Aggie at Kayak soup
Check out Trixie smelling Wendy's shoes... at Green Girl Art
Check out Janson (S*Hufflepuffs silver Eminem) Lena's cat at Anne's Food
Check out all the Kitties dinin' out courtesy of the cat at Belly-timber
Check out the cat takin' a nap at papilles et pupilles
Check out the wee white lion & oversized lamb at basic juice
Check out the picture of a little opium at Cel's Home Page
Check out Miss Kitty watching Birds (mmmmeeeooowww) at Culinary in the Desert
Check out the Studious Cat at My adventures in the Breadbox
Check out how big Boos Ginger Kitten is getting at Masak-Masak
Check out Kittaya in close up at Mahanandi
Check out The Kitten with a new name at Tigers&Strawberries
Check out Lucky who gave his paw of approval and staring!at The Countess
Check out the Kiri look a likes (LOL) Bella and Tasha at A few of my favourite things
Check out the ark
*Fun and educational fact: I realize that I have readers in other countries who might not be familiar with hobos or hobo signs. During the Great Depression (1930s), many men would hop on cargo trains and ride the rails looking for day labor jobs. These men developed a community, albeit a rather transient one, and a method of communication for their fellow travelers. Since they frequently relied on the kindness of strangers, these signs often indicated where food, kindness, or a nice hay loft for sleeping could be found. Here is a pictitorial of common hobo signs. Don't say I never teach you anything!