Sister Saturday Caturday Art Day in the Scratch Lounge with Seal

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Hello sweet friends,  thank you for coming by on Sister Saturday, it makes me smile when you stop by. Even though we’ve decided to continue with Sister Saturdays we’ve noticed we get way less visitors on the weekend.  Maybe girlcats aren’t that popular on the weekend.

Anywho, I sure had a busy week chasing the light fairies, but I did have a blast.  They’ve disappeared for now though since all of the rain left over from Hurricane Delta is visiting.  Hopefully the rains will be gone soon and the light fairies can come back.  While I’m waiting I’ve been spending some time in the Scratch Lounge.  I like it a lot and it really is quite cozy.

Okay, enough about all those things,…it’s time for my art for the Caturday Art Blog Hop…

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I used Lunapic this week with the Beauty Art Effect set at 75%.  Have a fun Saturday everyone and I’ll see you soon. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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31 thoughts on “Sister Saturday Caturday Art Day in the Scratch Lounge with Seal

  1. Memories of Eric and Flynn

    That is pretty art, Seal. I hope those light fairies soon come back.
    I think there are far fewer people blogging at the weekends and that is why you get fewer visitors. On Saturdays I only have half the posts in my reader than I do on other days of the week.

  2. The Poupounette Gang

    We love Sister Saturday! We have long noticed that weekends are a lot quieter in terms of visitors and comments, although there are some exceptions. We have decided not to take it personally, and you shouldn’t either, Seal! We always enjoy your posts and lovely photos!

    Purrs,
    Tama and Genji

  3. Teddy

    Well as far as I’m concerned, girlcats are MORE interesting than guycats any old time! I’ll visit on weekends or any time that’s for sure!

    Hugs, Teddy

  4. Timmy Tomcat

    We get a lot less visitors on the weekend too and think it is this Covid thing and just people having to run out to shop. We love Sister Saturday and Seal you are simply a work of art. With or without art

  5. The OP Pack

    Sister Seal, you are a beauty even without the Beauty effect, but your Caturday Art is beautiful!!! Hope those light fairies return soon and the rain disappears.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  6. Catwoods

    Beautiful picture of you Seal and the art is really pretty too! We’re having rain and gray skies from that same Delta storm. I always visit on weekends, and I sometimes see even more posts on Caturday than other days.

  7. Mary McNeil

    We read your blog every day, so we don’t know why you don’t have as many visitors – maybe jut because it’s Saturday. We don’t often comment, but we are here every day !
    We’re glad you decided to keep sister Saturday.

  8. Ananka

    Great photo. The last few days have been sunny here in Central Scotland, so the 3 cats have been enjoying the sun, from inside as it is cold.

  9. Cathy Keisha

    Love your art and your scratcher, Seal. Visitors are down over the weekend all over. I’ll bet I don’t have a hunnert visitors to Friday’s post yet.

  10. Cathy Kennedy

    Seal,

    It’s nice to lounge someplace comfy. You can count on those light fairies returning, just keep watch for them. Your Caturday Art picture I first thought you had been playing in painted but then I read your mom or dad used Lunapic. In my defense I have a headache this morning causing me to not be quite up to speed on much of anything. Let’s hope it goes away soon. Have a good day, furriend!

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