Old calico/torbie feral cat - the great great grandma of the feral cat community, sitting with a cat friend... perhaps a grown kitten of hers. She's pretty old and not very active, but for a feral cat she's doing really well I think.
PS. Since you're here, I hope you will check out my work on Zazzle. Maybe share it somewhere! Everything helps.
One of several dining tables (to be read with quotation marks) for feral cats. Twice a day, we have our dinner guests here to enjoy the cuisine - I'm sure it's the highlight of their day. Well, I guess it's kind of mine too, because I enjoy seeing them happy.
Meanwhile, several feet away, a different location...
Thinking about jumping to safety because even though people feed us twice a day you never know and maybe this is the day they decide to eat me instead. This harlequin/tuxedo tom cat is probably thinking something along those lines. Now he's cat of the month for March.
The image above is in HD scale for monitors that are typical 1920x1080 and similar sizes, but you can choose your monitor ratio below (including mobile!) ...and before you go, don't forget to order your Feral Life 2017 calendar if you have not already done so!
The above image is HD 1080p sized (once you click on it) - or you can choose a more proper size for your system:
Please check it out ...and share! Everything helps.
For Desktop and laptop computers:
Use the links above to pick the size ratio that matches your monitor. I know that many people don't know what display size they have on their monitor - it's okay. The first two are wide monitors. If you have a wide monitor and one image doesn't look quite right, try the other one. The third version is for the older analog tv type displays, including flat panel displays that mimic them with that squarish ratio. We still have a few of them.
Some examples of aspect ratios: Wide/HD/16:9 - 1024×576, 1152×648, 1280×720, 1366x768, 1600×900, 1920×1080, 2560×1440 - HDTV Wide 16:10 - 1280x800, 1440×900, 1680x1050, 1920×1200 - Macbooks, iMacs + MS Surface etc TV 4:3 - 640x480, 1024x768, 1280x1024, 1440x1152 etc. - older monitors and laptops, mostly The size shown in italics above is the actual image size that I've linked to, but as long as you pick the right ratio it will look GREAT on your monitor using "Stretch" or "Fit to screen" as your option when you set an image as your wallpaper.
Click on the link to the image of your choice to see the full size version, then right-click on it (one-button Macs, use CONTROL-Click).and select "Set as Desktop Background".(Firefox) / "Set As Background" (Explorer) - This also saves the image to your computer. Using Firefox, it will usually look best if you use the options "Stretch" or "Fit" and a black background, like this:
The easy right-click desktop wallpaper method works with Safari, Explorer and Firefox. Many versions of the Chrome browser make it a little harder, plus there is weirdness going on with Windows 10: Right-click and select "Save image as..." Remember where you saved the file. Then go to your image, right-click, , and select "set as background."
Tablets and Phones
Pick the "Mobile" version... tap on the link above. When the image loads, tap and hold on the image until the menu pops up. Select "Save," "Save to camera roll" or "Save to library." Once you have the image, go to your Settings app, select "Wallpaper" and choose new wallpaper from your photo library. That's it! Set your Cat Of The Month as your lock lock screen too! :) There's no calendar on the mobile version, by the way. It just doesn't look right in that vertical aspect ratio. Other than that, it's the same.
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The weather has been wet and cold. In fact, there has been a lot of flooding; not just in the area in general but right here on the farm. So with the seemingly endless storms, you have to take every opportunity - however small - to lounge in the sun. I use the word "sun" loosely; basically it stopped raining for about an hour. Sometimes, that's all you can get.
I think it helps to be able to live in the moment, to take that rare opportunity to enjoy the fresh air and not be weighed down by thoughts of how miserable it's been up until that point. Embracing the moment... like the tabby cat.