Sunday Selfies: Week #93

My sweet sisfur asked me to host Sunday Selfies today. I could not turn her down. She is my very best friend, and I love her so much.


Giulietta hosts Sunday Selfies


When our mom adopted me, she had only planned on adding one new kitty to the family. But she took one look at Fiona’s forlorn face, and she knew the two of us should stay together. We are and always have been inseparable. It worries me very much that she is sick. I know how lost and alone I will feel without her. But I cannot worry about that. I know Mom and Dad and Dr. Neel are doing everything for her they can.

You may have noticed that spot on my right eye. If you are new to following us, you can read about it here. It is called an iris melanosis or eye freckle. Our parents have to watch it very carefully for any changes.

Cat4-001Now it is time for you to share your selfies with us. We had some new hoppers last week, and more and more woofies seem to be joining us. That really makes us happy. We all like woofies at out house.

The link for the hop is below as is the code to add the blog hop to your Sunday Selfies post. Mom asked me to remind everyone to display our badge and/or link to The Cat on My Head if you include the hop entries.

Remembering Another Friend

It breaks our hearts that yet another friend has left us. Frankie from Toby’s Wrecking Crew (formerly Doggie Caperz) became an angel on Thursday after a short illness. Frankie was one of five kittens (the only tuxie in a litter of black kitties) and their mom found on the front porch in 2002. His kitty mom, Ali, and all the kittens were adopted by Sabina Ayne’s mom and sister. Today, only one brofur, Moose, remains. Moose and his family could really use some kind words and sympathy. Please drop by if you haven’t already.


Remembering Frankie on Sunday Selfies Blog Hop


Dress Up for Whitley Day

Dress Up for Whitley Day announcement on Sunday Selfies Blog HopTomorrow we will pawticipate in this special day to remember Whitley, the gorgeous and always stylishly dressed Westie. If you know us at all, you know we DON’T wear clothes or costumes as a rule. A few of us, however, have been lured into doing this in the past. Mom has agreed that none of us have to actually dress-up tomorrow. She’s going to put a collage together of photos from these past occasions. Hope lots of you will join in the celebration of Angel Whitley’s life.

That’s it from me. I’d like to thank y’all for hopping.

Purrs and paw-pats, Giulietta, Her Royal Floofiness