We bet those sunbeams feel good on that floofy belly of your Deli! Hope the sunbeams don't go away for a long time yet!
Oh Deli, we'd like to send you some of our sunbeams! We have lots to share :)))Purrrrrrs, Keiko, Kenji, Pricilla & Yuji
Yeah, best to enjoy the sun while we can. Smoochies.
Now you KNOW you could come here, my tortie dream-girl... lots of sun!
Tis sad but true... :(Enjoy you last bit of sunbeams sweet kitty!xo Catherine
Great idea ! before winter time : )
I know how you feel. Very depressing. Time to get out the woolies!
Awwww Stunning Delilah! Me and Charlie hope that you grab as much sunbeams as possible!!! You are looking gorgeous!A big hello too to wonderful bella Bella and sweet Samson! Take carex
Hooray for lots of sun! Our human usually doesn't like the end of summer either, but it's been so hot this year that she's looking forward to it! We like it because we get more sun in the house and it's not too hot to enjoy it - but we're not looking forward to having the windows closed.
Yes, soak up those sunbeams now; fall starts on the 23rd!
Hi there Delilah. Those sunbeams are very important for us cats. We just hope those snow storms don't come any time soon. And thanks Mom for that great comment on our blog about Harley and the renal failure. Have a super day.
Smart girl! We are already getting rain here...so we know that you have to grab those sunbeams while you can!
Yep, I hate to see it go too, even though the hots were hotter than usual!
Gotta get those beams stored up for winter. And if you can't take it, come on over to the Catio...it might be chilly, but sun will be a-shining! The desert is nice like that--MOL!
Store them up before the brutal winter sets in!!!
Deli, Sammy says you could always come down and winter in South Texas with him....no snow and lotza sunbeams!!!xxxxxxxx
Enjoy your sunbeams. Our summer left us at the end of June and only came back for the odd day now and again.
We heard the same thing! Soak up those beams, Delilah!!
We totally agree with you Delilah! You can never have too many sunbeams!!
We agree. Soak up all you can!
DelilahThat looks like a great sunpuddle.purrinxoAbby
That's very true how wonderfully warm the sunbeams are, but you can have them even during winter -- as long as it's a sunny day, of course.So, don't despair sweet Delilah, for days of sunbeams are not over.
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