Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Made in China??? - Wordless Wednesday


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©Michelle A. Potter

52 comments:

  1. hee hee...too cute!

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  2. Adorable, does the meow have a Cantonese dialect?

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  3. What a regal face!! I had a Siamese cat as a kid. He walked into our kitchen one day and never left. :o)

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  4. hmm I thought they were from Thailand is China doing a low price version now ;o)

    very beautiful cats,
    happy WW, Frances

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  5. What a supercilious expression!

    Esther

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  6. Thanks for this post. I found 2 tomatoes with signs of bottom end rot. I will try to eggshell treatment ASAP.

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  7. @Hanni He didn't even realize it was stuck on his fur...

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  8. @gardenwalkgardentalk.com LOL...his meow can be very loud and demanding. When he wants to be heard, he is heard.

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  9. @Lola Thanks, Lola. And thanks for visiting my friend, Simba.

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  10. @Casa Mariposa What a lovely story! I fell in love with Siamese many years ago...and never left...

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  11. @Island Threads LOL...I was potting a plant in a new planter and the sticker must have come off from the bottom. I don't know how he got it stuck on his fur, but it made for a great photo op.

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  12. @Esther Montgomery I suppose it can be if you read more into it than the fact of where something is made.

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  13. An interesting composition with the cloth, the tag and the presence of the cat with that face!

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  14. @Charmcitybalconygarden I am glad you liked the post and that it was helpful. Let me know how it goes...

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  15. @colleen Thanks, Colleen, but I can't really take credit for much. He just showed up with the sticker stuck to his fur...and I had to grab the camera.

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  16. Ha, too funny! Love that expression too. ;)

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  17. The fact its on their in Spanish cracks me up.

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  18. What a fun story that he just showed up with it. Lovely kitty.

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  19. Dear Michelle, Such a beautiful cat! I just had an enjoyable time reading some of the posts I missed. The 'harvest' one is very informative. I have powdery mildew on my squash leaves with all the rain we are experiencing. I enjoyed your 'Garden Love' posting enormously. P. x

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  20. Aw, so sweet...wherever he was "made":)

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  21. definately a good photo and cats seem to get everywhere, I love them, Frances

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  22. Thank you for making me laugh!

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  23. Hmm. Looks more like he's made in Thailand. :-) -Jean

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  24. That's one smug looking cat!

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  25. I agree with Jean, he's clearly mislabeled! ;)

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  26. Precious! My Jesse was half siamese. He talked all the time, got into everything, and was extremely loving. He definitely was siamese through and through. I used to think a cat like that would drive me crazy, and I was right, hahaha; but I would love to have another one...I miss all that talking. You have a very nice blog. Love the lizard and pineapple one.

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  27. @gtyyup Thanks gtyyup! He has to take all the credit.

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  28. @Roberta Yes, but he did not like it when I pulled it off. Some of the fur came with it...

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  29. @Pam's English Garden Thank you, Pam, for your very kind comments. I am so glad you are enjoying The Sage Butterfly. I enjoy your blog, your comments, and your visits very much.

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  30. @jeansgarden Hmm-m-m...I wonder if he was trying to tell me something...

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  31. @Clipped Wings Thank you for your kind comments. About twenty years ago, I took care of a neighbor's Siamese kittens. It was a hopeless love after that....hope you find another one to love.

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  32. @Bridget It's all an act. He is really a sweetheart!

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  33. oooooh...so cute.more like "turning japanese" to me.hehehe..i appreciate your visiting my blog. thanks a lot! have a nice day!

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  34. @angel Thanks...he is cute to me...nice to know he is cute to others!

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