Cats – Weekly Unplugged Project

By , November 17, 2009 11:51 am

The theme for this week’s Unplugged Project was cats.  We have a lot of cats.  In fact there is an annoying cat trying to get between me and the computer screen now as I write this.  But, that is as far as we have gotten with cats this week. Maybe I’ll link to something later.

In the meantime, what did you do for a cats Unplugged Project this week?  If you did a cat-themed project, then please link to your project itself (not just your blog) in the linky below.  If you didn’t do one yet but would like to join in, you can read more about the Unplugged Project here.

The theme for next week’s Unplugged Project will be:

Thanks

(Since it is the United States Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 26th)
Enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Cats – Weekly Unplugged Project”

  1. Carla says:

    Thanks for allowing me to participate in your weekly unplugged project. I’ve enjoyed this site for quite some time.

    I found this site by looking for things to do with our young grandsons when they visit and have you bookmarked in my favorite blogs list.

    We quit watching television over a year ago and are still quite happy with our decision. Here’s the link to my post about that: http://carlahoag.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/a-year-without-television/
    .-= Carla´s last blog ..Some Family History & Shopping Locally =-.

  2. Carla says:

    Benny is not a project except in the sense that he is a rescue cat. However, Princess Gracie Allen (mentioned in the Benny post) was a project with our grandson. She was born wild outside our house and our 6 year-old grandson gentled and tamed her. She is now a wonderful and loving addition to our home.

    I apologize for adding my link before I understood better what the goal was to share projects. You have my blessing to delete my link and these comments if you like.
    .-= Carla´s last blog ..Some Family History & Shopping Locally =-.

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