Sunday Selfies: #64

Since yesterday was Meyowl-o-ween, we thought it would be fun to share a scary Sunday Selfie today. We knew if we asked Misty May to do the selfies they would naturally come out scary. She’s not really into selfies and has only hosted the Selfies a couple of other times. We have to say she came through. Hope she doesn’t frighten you.


Misty May's Scary Selfies


Did she make you wet yourself? We think she totally looks like a devil cat! We don’t want to go anywhere near her when she looks like this for fear of being slashed!

Hope Misty May’s frightening photos don’t scare you away before you can add your link to the blog hop.

We had a pretty good turnout last week. Fifty-four others joined us, including a wild Water Dragon, submitted by PepiSmartDog. We can always depend on them to submit a really interesting critter. And Christy Paws submitted a selfie of a goat and had lots of cute kids on her blog.

Cat4-001If like Misty May, you have some scary selfies, we’d love to see them. Though…maybe not any werewolves. We don’t want anyone to get eaten.

If you’d like to have the hop post on your blog, the code is below. If you do this, would you please link back to The Cat on My Head and/or display our badge.

Jackson Galaxy Interview

If you missed our post with mom’s interview of Jackson Galaxy, you can click here to see it. It is the first in a series of three posts. This first one is about the Jackson Galaxy Foundation. The second will be about Galaxy’s new book, with Hauspanther‘s Kate Benjamin, Catify to Satisfy. The third will tell you why Galaxy thinks he is able to connect with both cats and humans as well as what he thinks we, as cat guardians, can do with regards to animal welfare.

Have an Easy Sunday. Don’t let your humans eat too much of the leftover Halloween candy unless you get a treat every time they do.

Purrs and paw-pats, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo