The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
He's still handsome though. Lovely portrait.
He is quite the handsome, distinguished gentleman!
Thanks. He is a bit of a bone bag. Still he's got a handsome face
You could comb him for years and he would still look scruffy.Viva Ted
This is one of the best portraits of a cat I've ever seen. Very nicely done.
We should look so good at his relative age.Kay is correct - the picture of feline dignity.
A lovely portrait :-)
Thanks He can still pull a nice pic out of the hat despite being on his last legs
I love cats. Why do we love cats? Yes, they look good, but it's more their attitude that I love. I like dogs too, but cats have something special. We don't have either in the house now though. Am tempted, but then I remember the bother. This is indeed a wonderful picture.
They are well worth the hassle!
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