A guest kitty for you today. This is Helen Daykin’s handsome red point, Winston. We are huge Winston fans at our house. When he is naughty and gives Helen a headache, she threatens him that he will be sent to live with us.
Bliss. The holidays are here. I have snaffled these pictures from my friend Helen. A friend gave Helen a foil blanket for her baby, Pearl.
Pearl wasn’t at all impressed, but Winston the Apricot Point and Luna, the rescue Lilac Point feel far more positive.
We considered a few captions, from ‘How to barbecue your cat’ to ‘SPACE CAT!’.
My friend Helen is a fellow cat-lover and shares her home with two fluffy black cats and three Siamese.
As you can see from today’s photograph, sweet baby Pearl joined the family a few short months ago. Chris and Helen’s little one was born 8 weeks early and caused some worry for a while. Happily, she is now thriving and Helen is back at work, while Chris is relishing his r??le as a full-time dad.
Naughty Winston claimed to be baby-sitting this morning, but Helen says it was really just opportunism; cats are not allowed to sit on Pearl’s wool blanket. I imagine this picture was snapped, then Winston was chased.
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It’s Wiiiiinnstonn!! Helen Daykin’s gorgeous apricot-point siamese hiding his furry face.
We are Winston’s No.1 fans in our house.
I daren’t say much about this picture of Helen Daykin’s cat Winston. He’s certainly most un-cat-like here.
After I posted the picture of Button in a box earlier in the week, Helen Daykin sent me this great picture of Winston in a box. As I said . . . cats love boxes.
I like to bring a picture of handsome Winston to you on a regular basis. If you haven’t seen him before, he lives with Helen Daykin and is an Apricot Point Siamese. He’s grown-up now and his up-to-date pictures are equally beautiful. I might have to grant him his own tag …
Reading from left to right: Winston, Louis and Benny. They’re grown up now and Winston lives with Helen Daykin. There is a whisper that the kittens’ mum Peaches may soon be put to stud and more gorgeous Apricot-point babies will be born. I have started saving up hard, because four cats are not enough to make me a mad old cat woman.
Today I present Winston, who belongs to Helen Daykin. I think he looks utterly contented and comfortable in this very handsome portrait. Cats are very good at being happy, a skill I envy.