Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Coco



















"My name is Coco (aka CocoPuff, Puffer Belly and the like) and I'm a pure Burmese kitty born in New Zealand about seven years ago. First I lived there, then in Hong Kong and now I live in France with two very annoying old Siamese boys, Tashi and Karma (see June29). I'm naturally beautiful and my human dotes on me. I sleep under the covers with her every night after we play laser pen games. She won't let me go outside to kill the birds in the garden, so I talk to them through the window. I'm very affectionate and demand lots of love and attention. To know me is to love me."

10 comments:

Claire said...

What a beautiful girl you are, Coco. And such an adventurous life, moving around the world.

Holly said...

Gorgeous! Coco is an appropriate name.

momsbusy said...

i really love the pic of you all wrapped up in the blankie. you are so cute with your precious little face peeking out. you have been the world traveler. a true cat of the world.

jane said...

Hey look at you Coco, all wrapped up, snug as a bug in a rug. You are lovely (and so well travelled) :)

Ann M & the Kitties said...

What a beautiful girl! And to be named Coco and living in France! Perhaps you could model for Chanel.

becky said...

Hi Coco! You are absolutely beautiful, very elegant and natural! LOL! Not to mention quite the comedian too! Great write up! You finally made it to COTD after all your travels!! Congrats!!

jess said...

Hi, nice to meet you Coco! i remember your brothers too. you are a very beautiful and worldly girl. i like that you are an undercovers sleeper. i have a few of those myself...LOL.

Samantha & Tigger said...

Oh Cocoa, you are so cute and you have been every where. We love your face in the blanket.

ML (Mary Lynn) said...

Coco, you are a very beautiful and stylish girl, not to mention well traveled. Love the picture of you on the fantastic blue spread, does that ever suit you.

caspersmom said...

Goodness Coco you sure do like to travel. We have to talk to the birds from the window too, even though we get to go outside once in awhile. Most of the time the birds stay outside of our fence but we give stalking a try now and then. You sure do look comfy in the last pic.

Casper