Feline Friday – Big Yellow


Feline Friday – Big Yellow   



This is one of the outside cats. We call him Big Yellow. He’s pretty friendly, and always wants a few pats on the head when we bring out the food. He won’t eat until he gets petted. He does have a ‘catitude’ at times, though.



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14 responses »

  1. He’s a handsome mancat. I like it that he needs some loving before he eats. Perhaps it’s his way of thanking you for the food.

    Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend and thanks for joining the hop. Most appreciated. 🙂

    • Thanks, Sandee!
      He is a good looking cat, and has been around for a long time. I guess he appreciates the food and water we give the kitties, as he’s always first to the bowl. Sometimes I have to get after him, though, for slapping the other ones away! ❤

    • Thanks, Suzanne!
      He is a big one, and so fluffy! I wouldn’t try to pet him except the top of his head. I’m a tiny bit afraid of him, because he’ll hiss and slap my ankles (drawing blood) as soon as not. Never know what mood he’s in. I’ll just leave it at that! haha 🙂

    • Thanks! He is a big guy, and thinks he rules the yard. He likes a little petting on top of his head before he gobbles up the food. As soon as I come out he’s right under foot and I have to scoot him away so I don’t step on him. 🙂

    • He’s a really pretty cat. I doubt he’d take to being an indoor cat, though. There’s another one that looks almost the same, and for a long time I thought it was just the one. But, that one stays in the back, and Big Yellow goes where ever he wants to. 🙂

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