Sunday, October 07, 2007

Pablo's outback adventures

Look at this amazing portrait that the Zoolatry cats made for me! It's a tribute to the desert heart of my country, Australia. See the big rock that I'm sitting on top of on the right? That's Ayers Rock, which the Indigenous people of Australia call Uluru. It's a very sacred place for them.

As you can see from my body language and facial expressions, you have to be very alert in the desert, cause there are vishus animals there like dingoes and snakes. Daisy, I think you'd like it there, because it would be the kind of place that lizards hang out. Maybe you could go there and make some scientific observations?

Thanks for my portrait, Maggy and Zoey, I love it!

Cheers,
--Pabs

9 comments:

Henry Helton said...

That is an amazing picture!

Christine and FAZ said...

I've been told about those dingoes by the humans, they also mentioned something called the Bunya Nut men who Christine was very scared of when she was a little girl. FAZ

michico*Adan said...

This is very very beautiful picture, just perfect for you~!

Parker said...

Stay on guard Pablo! You never know what might be out there!

Daisy said...

WOW! I'll bet there are lots of very amazing lizards there. I might be a little sciart of the dingoes, but I am not sciart of snakes. Even giant ones that are almost 11 inches long like the one that got into my house. He was as big as a PENCIL!!!

The Crew said...

What a great picture, and very Mancatly too, if I may say so.

George

Christine and FAZ said...

We are in mourning - we know you will have seen the Rugby World Cup results this weekend. We're not a big rugby household but nevertheless, this is a sad time for Australians (especially those who live in England). The girl human has gone into hiding. You less than happy mucker FAZ

The Cat Realm said...

Awesome picture! And you are right about the desert: LOTS of lizards. But vishus animals too, as Anastasia unfortunately found out first hand....
I am always VERY alert outside. The staff actually calls me "jumpy" ...

Yoggie said...

That is a very nice pic!!!