CB&W: The Kitten and the Leaf

Mr Geoffrey Cat likes to bring me dead mice and birds. My kitten, Hex, brings me leaves. I definitely prefer the leaves.

This post is for Cee’s Black and White Challenge.

This week’s theme is anything beginning with the letters K or L. It’s been a while since I last joined in with a challenge like this, but I had the perfect set of pictures for these two letters. I give you, the kitten and the leaf.

Here are a few more recent pictures of Hex amongst the leaves – and amongst the gravestones in the churchyard behind my house.

Hex is the newest member of our family. He’s now nearly 23 weeks old and has lived with us since late August. For some reason I’ve not yet posted a single picture of him here on my blog. Bizarre. Hopefully this post will make up for that!

Here are a few more pictures of him looking cute.

And here are a few other pictures that show him as the cheeky demon-cat he is the rest of the time.

And on that note, I’ll leave you with a final picture that, while blurry, demonstrates just how well (as in, not at all) he and Geoff are getting on…

8 Comments on “CB&W: The Kitten and the Leaf

    • It’s the perfect name for our little witchy cat. He’s very black, with just a tiny tuft of white on his chest, and his ears are huge and bat-like. 😊 Thanks for visiting and commenting, Peter.

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  1. Oh my, Louise…very creepy taking walks with black cats in the cemetery behind your house…you are very brave. πŸ™‚ The photos are striking and eerie in a good way.

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    • I’ve always enjoyed walking through cemeteries, but walking through them with a black cat is a recent development! He likes to hop over the wall and join me as I photograph the gravestones. 😊😸 I’m glad you liked the pictures.

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