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Pink Saturday- Oscar and the Bunny

I'm participating in Beverly from How Sweet the Sound's Pink Saturday. To see other Pink Saturday posts, click on the Pink Saturday button on the sidebar.

Oscar discovered his Easter present BEFORE Easter. The ivory bunny with the
pink ears and polka dot bow was just way too interesting. Oscar simply could not wait until Easter morning to make her acquaintance.

Oscar gets cozy with his new friend. Sacking out on the couch, the two became fast friends.

It's just about bedtime. I think Oscar is going to have a sleepover with his friend. Don't worry about Oscar's sister Molly, she got into the Peeps and is quite content herself!


Allidink said…
Aw Oscar looks so cute with the bunny :)

All the best,
Linda said…
awww...what darling photos of Oscar and the pink bunny! Happy Pink Saturday!

Amy said…
Ahh.. Oscar is so cute!
Claudia said…
That Oscar is adorable with the pink bunny! Happy Pink Saturday!
Oscar looks so "hoppy" Easter Blessings to you and yours!
kayellen said…
Happy Easter to you all in New England:)
Oscar you are to cute!!!

You out shine the bunny!!lol

Have a blessed holiday,

Mimi said…
♥A lovely and purr-fect Pink Saturday blog post. During this most holy time of the year I am wishing you rainbows, gracious days, dewdrop nights and the love of friends and family to comfort you and hold you close.♥

At a time when ALL of us should be friends..."thanks, Oscar, you warmed my ♥"
Suzie Button said…
what an adorable cat you have there! Happy Pink Saturday! Suzie
Florida Sue said…
Oscar is adorable with his bunny. I love your blog, and I hope you don't mind that I featured you today on my site. I couldn't help it..Oscar needs to be seen!


I think I am in love with Oscar. How adorable is he??!! Happy Pink Saturday and Happy Easter too, Char
I want to get cozy with Oscar! He is adorable!

Happy Easter Elaine! Now if we could just get some sunshine to go along with it : /
Martha said…
He's so adorable with his new friend!
Deanna said…
The Little Prince looks so charming with his cute bunny!

¸.·´¸.·*´¨) ¸.·*´¨)
(¸.·´ (¸.·´ Happy Pink Saturday
and Happy Easter
Deanna :D
HiHo said…
love his big paws.
happy pink, heidi
Sit-N-Chat said…
Oscar looks so comfy, very content with the cute bunny. I have a sweet Millie who curls comfortably and is probably just as spoiled.

Have a wonderful Resurrection celebration.

Sweet Sage said…
Sweet SWEET Oscar!
Give him a kiss for me ..
Molly, too :)
That is one adorable little kitty!

Wishing you a blessed and joyous Easter.

Oscar looks a gorgeous cat! So cute snuggled up with pink bunny...
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salmagundi said…
What cute pictures - Oscar obviously loves his new friend. I'm trying to image a cat with a marshmallow peep! Hope you have pics of that, and hope your Easter was joyous. Sally
Donna said…
Oscar should be in a cat calendar... He's a natural :)... Donna @ An Enchanted Cottage

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