Wonderful news and wonderful week

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First of all, the news : we were pleasantly surprised to learn that we received a Certificate of Excellence from the Cat Writers’ Association for our article about pain in cat !

This is the first time Claire has dared to submit one of our articles to the CWA contest ; we are pleased and proud to see our efforts rewarded, and to find ourselves among famous and talented bloggers.

Then, what a week ! The sun shone every day, and we can say that spring has really arrived. Insects are shaking, trees are budding, and we’re enjoying the garden while Claire is cutting the raspberries.

What about you ? Already in spring, or still in winter ? Have a pawsome week !

30 thoughts on “Wonderful news and wonderful week

  1. Mickey's Musings

    Concats for getting a certificate from the CWA!!!!!
    How nice to see the effects of Spring in your yard. We still have some snow and ice, but the temps will be nice all week. It will be a while yet before we start seeing buds.
    Those are mighty interesting bugs there .What kind are they?
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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  2. Mark's Mews

    CONCATS on the very well-deserved award! You earned it.

    Spring is breaking here. We have the very earliest daffodils blooming, and it looks like it is going to be a very good blooming season for them this year. We are seeing more buds than usual, so we will be taking lots of pictures (with TBTs help)

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  3. Eastside Cats

    Congrats! What great news!
    We are still in Winter, even though Spring is doing her darnedest to push in! I’ll be happy when there is no ice on The ‘O’ Cats water bucket in the mornings.

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  4. Erin the Cat

    More sun than rain here this week, but cold winds and nights so we know we are not anywhere near summer yet, MOL
    Purrs
    Congratulations on your award at CWA, well deserved!
    Purrs
    ERin

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  5. LP

    Congratulations Claire!

    It looks as though Spring has sprung in your neck of the woods 🙂

    Lovely photographs!

    the critters in the cottage xo

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