Thunder & Lightning Frightens Cats!

Gloriously it rained last night in Hays County — a downpour with lightning and thunder that had the cats hiding under the bed and water washing the dry Cedar tree needles out of the rain gutters.

The deer were moving around this morning.

Along with the rain we got a break from the heat so the 5 a.m. temps here in Hays County were registering around 68 degrees, the deer were moving around and the leaves on Live Oak trees, freshened, actually seemed to be reaching skyward.   Wha-hoo!

It will be hot and humid later in the day, the grass will need to be cut at the end of the week but for now, joy, oh joy, our chances for wildfire have been greatly reduced!

The blue spiked salvia perked up after the rain

The cats flew out the door this morning to go exploring the wet world before dawn!


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Emily S Carter

My two beautiful little girl kitties came from ARF -- a rescue service in Wimberley. Maddie Bell, in the header photo, likes to help me make the bed.

Shelter cats are the best!


Making a difference to pet owners looking for their lost cat [or dog] – this is a place to post information about your animal and to provide contact information -- see the Lost Cat page.

Its also home to cat and dog stories -- see The Literary Cat page.


All text and images © copyright 2011 Emily S. Carter. All rights reserved.
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