Six Word Saturday


Get this outfit off of me!

Photo credit:  And My Cat magazine


About Life in the 50's and beyond...

Welcome to Life in the 50's and 60's and beyond .... where I write about my childhood memories, music of the 60's and about life in the country. I am a mother, grandmother, farmer's wife, business owner, and retired teacher.
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15 Responses to Six Word Saturday

  1. A gripping life says:

    Haha! The expression is priceless. Dressing cats is funnier than dogs because for them, it seems so undignified, and lord knows, they hate to be brought down to a human level.


  2. Caddo Veil says:

    I can’t relate to dressing up animals, but maybe you have to be a pet-person. I DO love your 6 words!!


  3. I was just looking at my gravatar (little 3 year old me with an attitude) and I see some striking similarities.


  4. Pegster says:

    I need a six Saturday month.


    • Om Gosh! What a Hoot! What a great photo and good sport he is!
      So what does it say about a Baroness who dresses up her stuffed teddy bear named Sir Lawrence Olivier in a Santa Costume?
      He does think he has a dramatic flair because of his name It’s gone to his fuzzy little head so he has no personal issue with it/


      • I am pretty sure it is easier to dress a teddy bear than a grumpy looking cat! If I tried to dress my cat in even a flea collar I would probably end up in the ER with stitches up and down my arm!
        So what other outfits do you have for Sir Lawrence? I think that is perfectly normal. And it makes sense the the Baroness had a cat that has been knighted!


        • You are fabulous Ruth! You know how to make a Baroness with slight edge feel so much better about her Sir Olivier.
          I think its a great thing your cat lives on a farm, not to worry about costumes .Country cats so do not need anything such as fussy silly costumes. There is a certain validity and credibly for a farm cat that city cat cannot even hope to attain.
          i suppose that is why so many city cats go into the theater. A Cat looking for self esteem on the stage & big screen.
          This is the silliest but most fun conversation ever Silly!


    • Well that is a new twist… and I get it!


  5. lucewriter says:

    My daughter put a Hanukkah sweater on my son’s cat and the cat still hates her 2 years later even though she only sees her once in a while.


  6. cobbies69 says:

    Very pantomime style…:)


  7. Deserving of hairball hacked on pillow.


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