Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Pets on Quilts Show!

Last year I watched the fun on Lily Pad Quilting, as a huge number of pet lovers showed off their precious friends.
Cats on Quilts category
So, this year I decided to join in and show you Kissa and Sheriti, my two female Egyptian Mau cats.
It doesn't matter how small I fold a quilt, they find a way to both fit on it!
They do like to sleep curled up together..
This is Sheriti, a tiny little girl who loves to spend the day in my sewing room with me. She pre-tests everything!

She is also asthmatic, and uses an inhaler....
yes, you read it right!
This is Kissa, who would much rather wait for the finished quilt! 
She is a big girl!!

Oh yeah, we are kinda cute!


Thanks so much to Lily Pad Quilting for hosting this very special event!
Grab a cup of coffee and hop on over to see all the lovely pets and quilts this year. It will make you smile for the whole day!





25 comments:

CitricSugar said...

Okay, they're adorable. To quote the great Malcolm McDowell: "Cray-Cray adorbs." :-)

Sewgreen said...

adorable kitties!!

I love that fabric that has the months of the year on it!

sew.darn.quilt said...

Kissa and Sheriti are gorgeous! Their markings are so interesting.
Just lovely.

Carla said...

I've never known a cat to use an inhaler . Wow
Cats and quilts just go together

Cath said...

Your cats are beautiful....such gorgeous colouring. I never knew cats could suffer from asthma.

Benta AtSLIKstitches said...

What is it with cats and our quilts? Mine will always choose to sit on husband's lap, unless I am sewing binding on in which case mine is the lap to choose !!!!

Issabella The Cat said...

Your girls are so sweet! I hadn't realised Sheriti is asthmatic, I can only imagine how stressful that is for you guys! 'Bella sends a nose boop to the 2 girls and a purr your way :D

Dana Gaffney said...

They're both so beautiful, I love that they curl up together they look so sweet.

Debra said...

They are beautiful!!! I can't imagine using an inhaler on any of our cats - she is very well behaved!!! Suzi, Lucy, Abby & Gracie - send a big Hello & Meow!

Karen said...

They are both lovely and they always have their own characters!

Sandra said...

They are both adorable.

Loris said...

These two are beautiful!

Quilt Musings said...

All of your pictures are cute but that last one stole the show! How adorable is that?? :) Your quilts are beautiful too, the kitties stole the post though ;)

quiltedfabricart said...

Are they siblings? I wonder if that's why they curl up together, or maybe the bigger one knows about the asthma and wants protect her. Beautiful cats as are your quilts:-)

Missy Shay said...

What beautiful babies!

What Comes Next? said...

more tha kinda cute - they are adorable!

Carol said...

I've never heard of using an inhaler on a cat, but it looks like that baby is taking it okay. The cats are just gorgeous...love the quilts, too!

Janine said...

Adorable!

doloresfegan said...

Adorable photos!

Susie Q said...

Love the kitties they are so pretty and cute. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Susie x

Ruth said...

Cute is right! Lovely photos

Debby said...

What beautiful kitties and quilts. Thanks for sharing

Newbie Jen said...

Adorable kitties! And beautiful quilts, as always.

Carla said...

Have you found it difficult to get the cat to use an inhaler? I have an asthmatic cat and we've been managing using steroid injections with some success but she now has other problems that may require her to switch control methods. Thanks!

Michelle said...

Your kitties are so cute! I have a dog that has a breathing and coughing thing going on all the time. The vet tells me dogs are not asthmatic but I think otherwise. I'm enjoying your blog....Thanks

25 comments:

CitricSugar said...

Okay, they're adorable. To quote the great Malcolm McDowell: "Cray-Cray adorbs." :-)

Sewgreen said...

adorable kitties!!

I love that fabric that has the months of the year on it!

sew.darn.quilt said...

Kissa and Sheriti are gorgeous! Their markings are so interesting.
Just lovely.

Carla said...

I've never known a cat to use an inhaler . Wow
Cats and quilts just go together

Cath said...

Your cats are beautiful....such gorgeous colouring. I never knew cats could suffer from asthma.

Benta AtSLIKstitches said...

What is it with cats and our quilts? Mine will always choose to sit on husband's lap, unless I am sewing binding on in which case mine is the lap to choose !!!!

Issabella The Cat said...

Your girls are so sweet! I hadn't realised Sheriti is asthmatic, I can only imagine how stressful that is for you guys! 'Bella sends a nose boop to the 2 girls and a purr your way :D

Dana Gaffney said...

They're both so beautiful, I love that they curl up together they look so sweet.

Debra said...

They are beautiful!!! I can't imagine using an inhaler on any of our cats - she is very well behaved!!! Suzi, Lucy, Abby & Gracie - send a big Hello & Meow!

Karen said...

They are both lovely and they always have their own characters!

Sandra said...

They are both adorable.

Loris said...

These two are beautiful!

Quilt Musings said...

All of your pictures are cute but that last one stole the show! How adorable is that?? :) Your quilts are beautiful too, the kitties stole the post though ;)

quiltedfabricart said...

Are they siblings? I wonder if that's why they curl up together, or maybe the bigger one knows about the asthma and wants protect her. Beautiful cats as are your quilts:-)

Missy Shay said...

What beautiful babies!

What Comes Next? said...

more tha kinda cute - they are adorable!

Carol said...

I've never heard of using an inhaler on a cat, but it looks like that baby is taking it okay. The cats are just gorgeous...love the quilts, too!

Janine said...

Adorable!

doloresfegan said...

Adorable photos!

Susie Q said...

Love the kitties they are so pretty and cute. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Susie x

Ruth said...

Cute is right! Lovely photos

Debby said...

What beautiful kitties and quilts. Thanks for sharing

Newbie Jen said...

Adorable kitties! And beautiful quilts, as always.

Carla said...

Have you found it difficult to get the cat to use an inhaler? I have an asthmatic cat and we've been managing using steroid injections with some success but she now has other problems that may require her to switch control methods. Thanks!

Michelle said...

Your kitties are so cute! I have a dog that has a breathing and coughing thing going on all the time. The vet tells me dogs are not asthmatic but I think otherwise. I'm enjoying your blog....Thanks