Amber Buttercup Bids a Cheery “Good Morning”

Orange and white cat on windowsill

Amber Buttercup greets the morning.

Amber Buttercup enjoys the early morning sun on her favorite windowsill in front of her highly-customized mini blind. You can see she is so pleased to see me with my stupid little black thing.

She may have actually been cheery until I showed up.

Can’t a lady have any privacy in her sunbathing? Can’t a princess address her realm without the riff-raff showing up to plead for some favor at her window?

But then again, when you are as lovely as Amber Buttercup, this is to be expected.

See more photos of Amber Buttercup, including a demonstration of what she usually does next when I show up!

See other cats in windows from my walks around the neighborhood, and other neighborhood cats.

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Amber Buttercup Says Good Morning

orange cat on windowsill

Amber Buttercup in the morning.

My ginger friend from around the corner was enjoying the early morning sun when this fool with the camera showed up again. I didn’t trouble her for too long, but she is too pretty to pass up.

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My Neighbor’s Orange Cat

orange cat in window

My Neighbor's Orange Cat

My neighbor’s orange cat suns herself now and then in this side window of her home, but I get the idea she’s behind that blind a little more often than she is on the windowsill, judging by her modifications to the blind.

She is an orange girl (or ginger as some nations refer to this color, I kind of like that), though statistically most orange or orange and white cats are male; that’s actually because a percentage of those orange girls turn out to be calico or tortie girls. She even nicely matches the bricks! I have one photo of her that includes the entire window, which has a nice stained glass insert at the top, and orange bricks all around…yes, it sounds like another painting…

Nice to see a good collar and nice clear tag on an indoor cat; I have blurred her tag so that her address and owner’s name can’t be seen, but I will tell you that her name is Amber Buttercup. What an absolutely lovely name—no one gives their cat a name like that without a lot of love behind it.

In any case, she wasn’t too happy with my invasion of her privacy and the ruination of her sunbath by my pointing a camera at her.  I love her expressions and the very deliberate way she lets me know exactly what she’s thinking. She gave me one last chance to disappear. I didn’t. Enjoy the slideshow below.