Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Tortie Tuesday

It's Tortie Tuesday and today I'm excited about a special delivery we got!
It's a Super Sized box just for ME!
This box is so roomy and spacious...
One thing about having a big box though is that I can't see what's going on around me...
Shhh. Be very, very quiet...
You know, sometimes we tend to believe that bigger is better but if it's more than we need it often makes us lose sight of what's important. It can also make us leary of what may come and take our big box away.

Hope you have a Happy Tortie Tuesday!
Isabella

35 comments:

Sparkle said...

Isabella, don't you let anyone touch that box! It is yours and you get to keep it!

Milo and Alfie Marshall said...

Mommy says yoo are very wise to realise that sometimes we want more than we actually need ~ and getting it, isn't always good for us. Have a sooper Tortie Tuesday Isabella.

Anny said...

That's a really big box to play and hide in.. hehehe.. hope you had fun in it :) I guess maybe even Sadie could get in it.. and Angel too. Would three be a crowd? :)

You are a wise owl Is... bigger is not necessary better and sometimes we don't need that much really.

Mr Puddy said...

Isabella, I guess we are all can make a pawty inside that box : )

Russ aka Grampy said...

Great box Isabella.You could invite your friends over to share that one.But then of course it wouldn't be your special box anymore. You better just keep it for yourself.

The Monkeys said...

Wow! That box is a dream come true! If you're up to sharing, I'm on my way to help break the box in!

Samson
xoxo

Admiral Hestorb said...

Oh Isabella!! What a great BOX! We can even come and play with you in it, it's just the right size!
xox

Lin said...

Hahaha! I love the last photo, Isabella. You've got what we call "Puss 'N Boots Eyes"--where they get really big and brown....

Nuthin' like a box for a kitty! What Fun!! Are you gonna share with Angel?

Duni said...

Ooh, that's a really big box you got there, Isabella!
I'm afraid of boxes...long story...
:(

Happy Tortie Tuesday!

many purrs from your furiend
Sammy =^.^=

Erika said...

You know, I used to think that having a really big yard was important. Then I got one and cannot keep up with the care!

Debra Taylor said...

Isabella,

I hope you can keep the box for play for awhile. I have one cat who totally loves boxes and 4 others who could not care less. Before these guys, I thought all cats loved boxes. Have fun!


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Laura said...

I just love the orangeness sprinkled throughout your body!

myminimocs said...

Oh that face...she make me smile! love that "Ready to Pounce" look in her eyes!

Grace said...

You could always invite Angel to share - but you're very right - bigger is NOT always better and more than you need is always too much!

Hot Rocks said...

Boxes, baskets, and bags...all great toys for beautiful cats like you, Isabella!

Jenny said...

what a sweetie! thanks for sharing so many great animals on your blog. I'm really glad there are people like you caring for the animals of the world.

here's a picture of my baby that i adopted from the animal shelter: http://abirdinthehandart.blogspot.com/2011/02/kindle.html

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

You're one smart Tortie! Great thought for the day :)

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Just be careful, Isabella, that while you contemplate all those deep thoughts no one comes along and tapes that box closed.

Mom says good things usually do come in small packages:)

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Pricilla said...

You are very wise, Isabella!

Marg said...

Oh gosh Isabella, please do be careful. We sure don't want anyone to throw you away. We know that Mom and Dad will watch out for you but that is kind of scary.It is hard to see out of that one.Isabella, you do take the best pictures. Hope Mom is surviving the darn Jury duty.

ReRe said...

Peek-a-Boo sweet thang! When I was a youngster, I too loved boxes. Especially the ones my step father would bring home from a job site that used to have a refrigerator in it! Eventually, after we'd worn the box apart, we used it all open and flat to slide down the hill from my parents house to my grandparents house.

Do you like being pulled around in your box?

Ann said...

First come first served arent those the rules. Or maybe finders keepers, losers weepers applies more here. Either way, that's a nice box but I think you are right that bigger is not always better.

Katnip Lounge said...

Isabella, you are lovely in that big box...you need a couple of swat port windows for, you know, swatting!

CatLadyDiary.com said...

Enjoy that box!!

The Army of Four said...

What a fun-looking box!
I hope you get to keep it!
Luv,
Dave

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

So many khats khould fit in that box and khome 'visit' me!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: Hi Sadie!

The Island Cats said...

Isabella, that is a great box you got! We hope nothing comes and takes it away from you!!

Reeni said...

There's room enough for Sadie and Angel in there (and me!). Hope you let them in too! Love, Moon

euthymic said...

You are a wise cat with the eyes of an owl. Tortie Tuesday rocks.

Mocha Barney, Ashley Pumpernickel and Winniechurchill

Natalie said...

That looks like an awesome box fort, but you're right, it's HUGE!

Your Daily Cute said...

Isabella, you are just too adorable in that box! It matches your tortiness perfectly.

Au and Target said...

A box is a cat's castle, and you are a princess!

Catherine said...

Receiving a new cardboard box is always a wonderful thing! :)
xo Catherine

Teri and the cats of Curlz and Swirlz said...

That box IS spacious! and you kinda look like a little owl peering out of it!

Kristin at My Art and the Mom in Me said...

Isabella, you are so wise. That is some very good advice!