08/16/2017 – White Patch Wednesday

Once upon a time, Olivia’s tiny chest patch was… well, tiny. It’s a bit bigger now, not by much, but not teensy either.

Olivia - © Colehauscats.com

Olivia – © Colehauscats.com

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Previously on Colehaus Cats:

2016 – No post
2015 – No post
2014 – No post
2013 – Summer’s End Paintings
2012 – No post

17 responses to “08/16/2017 – White Patch Wednesday

  1. Binga used to have all black whiskers… but now she has three white ones.

  2. Olivia, are you giving the photographer the stink eye? Chucky has a white patch in the same place, and it’s pretty much stayed the same size over the years. He’s got another one on his belly, but that isn’t for public consumption…hehehe

  3. I guess we all change a bit as we age.

  4. It’s just right.

  5. Miss Olivia… you should know that our mom says that those spots are really special because it’s a little place in us where our love leaks out to share with the world. I think yours looks bigger every day. Your pal Tipp

  6. Olivia we think it is very sophisticated looking. OMCs mom has recently noticed she has a gray streak right smack in the middle of her bangs…like a skunk. MOL
    Hugs madi your bfff

  7. Olivia, that IS an itty bitty teeny weenie widdle spot!

  8. you are a cutie Olivia!

  9. I’ve got a little white spot on my stomach, Olivia. I thought about dyeing it, but figured it gives me character…just like your spot gives you. ~Ernie

  10. Your white spot is just wandering a bit, Olivia. Not too much, though.

  11. Olivia, that’s your mark of distinction and sophistication!
    Stereo purrs……..Hemingway and Steinbeck

  12. Olivia is a beauty. I hope she will be celebrating Black Cat Appreciation Day tomorrow 🙂

  13. Olivia, around here, that’s known as “the white badge of nice-y.” Wear it with pride, sweet girl. 🙂

  14. My black patch stays the same. I love. So does TBT.

  15. Olivia that’s only a very tiny spot!

  16. I like black cats.
    Olivia your whitemark has a special “name” in french. We call it “la marque de l’ange” ou le “doigt de dieu”. That goes from a dark age when witches were burned and black cats were supposed to be evil.
    Bonne journée
    Natacha

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