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Who can resist these Valentines?



Happy Valentine's Day everyone!  I stayed home with my 3 Valentines tonight.  We just lazed around and watched a little TV.  Here's Oscar looking dreamy as ever!



Percy was wondering if there was going to be chocolate involved tonight. And this was his face when he found out there wasn't.


And here's Molly. She is always looking for affection. That's her paw in motion at the bottom of the photo.  If you are near her and you don't pat her, you'll get whacked by her paw. She's a leftie like me!

I hope everyone had a wildly romantic day!





Comments

Val said…
Sweet faces! ♥

How did you all fare in the storm?
How cute are they!!
Benny & Lily
Robin Larkspur said…
OMG, Elaine, your header with the chocolate, the brownie heart, the petite fours!! Torture!!! LOL!!
So good to see your three sweeties. I can't believe how grown-up Percy looks. They are all adorable and beautiful! How lucky to have them.
No wild romance here, just a good home-cooked meal and watching the DVR. We've been married 28 years, and I won't let him buy flowers on Valentines day because the prices are so inflated. But he shows me throughout the year his love. Sweet, eh? Yeah, I love him too!!
Elaine, it looks like you had the purrrrfect Valentines! Have a great weekend!
Donna said…
Oh, I just love these guys!! You took such beautiful closeups of their little faces! So glad you had a nice, relaxing Valentine's day!!

I just took pix of "round two".... Sooooooo ready for spring!

Donna
Now that I have a cat I appreciate some of your posts about them all over everything. They are are so lovely looking.
The most "PURR-FECT" Valentines!

Sweet wishes,
Sara
val said…
your 3 Valentine's are soooooo sweet!

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