February 25, 2013 by Texas Mondays are for memories: I was a New Yorker, before I was a New Yorker These pictures were taken in March 2007. I was 11 month-old! And living in France with my human. Go Yankees! Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailLike this:Like Loading...
Gorgeous from the start and a consistent fan ;-)
Those are lovely pictures of you Texas.
lovely pics x
What brilliant photos!
Didn´t you have to spend a whole year in quarantine when your humans went from France to America? If I remember well there is such a formality but maybe I am just confusing things :D
Actually no, not from France to the USA.We just had to be in good health.
Here is the story if you are interested =^.^=
How three cats (that’s us!) moved from France to America with their humans — Part 1
How three cats (that’s us!) moved from France to America with their humans — Part 2
Thank you for the info :D
Being a lifelong Cleveland Indians fan and now that I live in Michigan, somewhat of a Tigers fan……….I am finding this somewhat hard to handle :)
I am sure you understand lol
Oh and i was BORN on Long Island and my parents were from Brooklyn :)
You’re a great looking Yankees fan, Texas!!
Oh, how cute and little you were!
C’était confortable en France aussi, et de bons souvenirs.
Sont belles les photos, ronrons d’Opale et Sonye
I was a Minnesotan before I was a Minnesotan as mommy did lots of MN things when we were living in Germany…so we have something in common, kind of ;)
oh you look cute, Texas and I love your eyes ;o) You should be the official mascot of the Yankees ;o)
I agree! But I don’t want to be run after on the field ;-)
Aww, so great that you loved NY while you were living halfway across the world :-)
Katie and Coccolino the mini pig
YAY Texas! You certainly were “one of us” before you came over from the Pond weren’t you!
Kitty Hugs, Sammy
Stay as sweet as you are….don’t let a thing ever change you
Even as a young kit, you sure knew how to show off for the camera. Adorable. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette
You sure were and you look fantastic in those pics!
Aw, peeka boo kitty cat – so cute
You were a sports enthousiast right from the start Texas! And also a very cute model for the camera :)
the critters in the cottage xo
Texas, you’ve always been special to us!
Awwww… thank you furriends!
Loving your captures:) Happy Purrs Monday!
You’ve always been a Precious Pussy!!
comment dit-on ‘peek a boo’ en francais? (p.s. – glad you’re here!)
Thank you so much!
There is no exact translation for peek a boo. You could say “faire coucou” or “jouer à coucou” but it would not be understood exactly as “peek a boo” in French.
Playing with a human kitten, the humans would often giggle “Coucou ! Coucou !” and hide between each “coucou.” That’s about as close as you can get to “peek a boo,” that I know.
I’m talking about this in today’s post ;-)
Texas, my human considers herself a New Yorker… and she has never even lived there! But every time she goes there, she feels like she is home.
I think our humans would enjoy a chat (no pun intended) together.
What a dedicated fan!
Dood. Mommy’s squeeing again! (We sez that’sa good place to ride out a snowstorm – nice hidey-hole you got there!
Yes, it was very comfy!
We love your bright eyes and spunky attitude…a typical New Yorker indeed!
Awwww thank you so much!
That looks SO comfy Texas! I love your baby pictures :)
You were awfully adorables, Texas. But c’mon: You shoulda had a San Francisco GIANTS pillow!
Looks like your mom raised you right
You mean I trained a right?
Aawe. You look so small, Texas!
Awwww so cute Texas xx00xx
Mollie and Alfie
So adorable! purr-r-r-r-r
You’re very well hidden in the first photo!
You are so adorable, Texas! And a true Yankee fan! :)
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Hey Texas–Orv-wa! Loved this post! Also, please tell you brother that if I were a kitty-girl I would think he was one handsome cat! Have a great Thursday!