Augusta

It’s the start of a new month, and the end of a record-setting month on the blog.  It broke the old record set in April of 2012 for hits in a month.  It was fairly consistent increase from day-to-day rather than a huge spike due to a link to some outside source of views.  I don’t natter much about stats but I do enjoy watching them.  I especially like the stats on countries that visit and seeing which nations come here and which do not.

I was going to get a shot of Calla relaxing but she sat up and ruined it…and then uncorked one of her frightening yawns.  It sometimes looks like her head will fall off!

Does she look like a cat that can make that kind of face?

If you said ‘Yes’, Calla has this look for you.

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9 Responses to Augusta

  1. Jo Woolf says:

    Looks like the Black Hole of Calpurnia, I mean Calcutta! Sorry Calla, you’re still beautiful! 🙂

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  2. Wow that yawn is so huge that it looks like her mouth takes up her entire head! But the next one, what a gorgeous model!

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  3. grannyandthebaldguy says:

    Calla is one beautiful creature.

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  4. fozziemum says:

    That’s some big yawning mouth of feline fangery! beautiful picture..i love how when they yawn their eyes go right back as well..makes them look quite mad!! great about the stats and I love seeing the countries too..makes the world fee; a little smaller 🙂 Have a great day hugs Fozziemum..xx

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  5. Lurkertype says:

    I always suspect they can unhinge their heads if they really want to.

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  6. kimkiminy says:

    How does she fit all that mouth in such a tiny widdle face?

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  7. What eyes! – what I wouldn’t give to have baby blues like those!!!

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