Thursday, August 23, 2007

Introducing... Sooty!

This is Sooty. Believe it or not, she is kind of my sister/aunty! She lives with Nick's parents up in northern Tasmania, and she's started her own blog about her seaside life at Bell Buoy Beach! We've never met in the flesh, but I've heard all about her. She's waaaay old. At least 17. And she's lived in way more places than even I have. And guess what else? She is a totally outside cat. Can you imagine? I'm sure she'd love it if you stopped by and checked out her blog.

Great to have you in the blogosphere, Sooty!

Cheers,
--Pabs

P.S. Don't forget to enter my AWESOME Footy Finals Fever competition! Scroll down for details.
UPDATE: Entries are starting to roll in... a fewcats have asked me when the deadline is. I did say midnight (Tasmanian time) this Sunday 26 august, but I'll extend it to midnight Pacific time this Sunday, so all you cats stateside can have more time over the weekend. I know that the quiz is a bit tricky, but I made all the answers Google-able and Wikipedia-able, and Nick, Kate and I have decided to make the creative questions worth DOUBLE POINTS. So have fun!

8 comments:

Yoggie said...

Sooty seems to be a very impressing cat!
I tagged you a meme about catnip, Pablo!
Love

The Crew said...

Wow, a cat that's lived outside for 17 years! That's amazing.

Christine and FAZ said...

I love the look of Sooty and she is certinaly a venerable age. We have printed off all the competition questions and we are doing our research over the weekend. I am taking this very seriously. FAZ

Daisy said...

Sooty is pretty! I am going to go visit her.

I am working on my answers!

Monty Q. Kat said...

Howdy! I'll go check out her blog now!

Henry Helton said...

I can't believe that he lives outside all the time. Neat stuff!

Sooty said...

They came! They came!
Thank you Pablo for telling everycat about me. You always were a good cat to your mother. My blog has already been visited by cats from USA and Sweden.
Living outside isn't so bad in Tasmania. I have my little hidy holes when it starts raining or blowing and I get a nice thick coat in the winter time. I hardly ever have to go to the V-E-T. We're working hard on the footy quiz. I just need to find a word to rhyme with Leopard.

Christine and FAZ said...

Pabs mate, we did it. It was a tough one but we answered nearly all the questions. Hope you like my team song. FAZ