Birman Cat Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a Birman cat. The cat has bright blue eyes and a soft black nose.

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elijah13
Feb 28, 2016
Love this puzzle. Pretty blue eyes--I have a cat named Blu who has blue eyes. Have never done this size so I think my time is very good--at least for me. Have a good night.
chuch49
Nov 13, 2015
I have just joined this app & so far I love it, although am still pretty slow
dbnc2
Nov 13, 2015
Good to have you
I am slow also but who cares
I have more than money
aknan
Nov 13, 2015
Welcome, chuch49, and don't worry about times - just have fun! Try different puzzle cuts, too. You may find one that really "clicks" for you. I prefer the hex cut and get some of my best times in it.
dbnc2
Nov 13, 2015
That should say
I have more time than money
Doxunz
Jul 27, 2015
I would love to be able to pet that pretty kitty. Cute story about cats! Thanks!
pixipixil
Jul 14, 2015
What a gorgeous face. I'm adopting her. I'm naming her Sabrina. It's exactly what I need--a virtual kitty. Where we lived when first married, the neighborhood had one house that had so many cats that they covered the front lawn. There must have been between thirty and fifty. I LOVE cats but that many is too many. It reminded me of a children's book where a large group of cats at one house
got into a terrible scrap over which one was the most beautiful. By the time they finished fighting the least beautiful was now the most beautiful because it had enough humility not to fight about it knowing it was not the most beautiful.
Wishing you all a happy self-image that doesn't need to compete.
kjd3682
Jul 14, 2015
Love the story, do you remember the name of the book? I'd get a kick out of reading it!
pixipixil
Jul 15, 2015
Hi kjd. I found it on the internet. It's called Millions of Cats by Wanda Gag. It's an old book and won an award.
Wikipedia has a summary.
kjd3682
Jul 15, 2015
Thanks, I'll have to go look it up!
Coravee
Jul 20, 2015
I had forgotten about Millions of Cats! "Hundreds and thousands and millions of cats! " I need to locate that for my g-granddaughter, who loves all cats. And I have a white longhair, who sheds on the bed, and whose hair felts into little hard balls when I wash the sheets. I save the hair I brush from him and turn them into felted balls, rather fun!
pixipixil
Jul 21, 2015
Hi Coravee. I have been saving the hair that comes out on my brush to make a "rat." Remember what those were? They are clumps of hair to be used as filler for a chignon or bun. I figure the best way to get a match is use my own hair and it's so much less icky that pinning someone else's to one's head. I may never use it but I am saving hair.
Coravee
Jul 21, 2015
Sounds like a plan! And if you decide to, you can stuff a pincushion with it. They say the human oils are good for keeping pins and needles from rusting.
pixipixil
Jul 21, 2015
Wow. A pin cushion. I haven't seen one of those since my grandmother died. Hers had some sort of grit in it. I think it was supposed tp be a tomato, but the embroidery thread that went around it like longtudinal lines made it look like a red pumpkin.
Coravee
Jul 22, 2015
I collect vintage pincushions, mostly family ones. They are in all kinds of interesting shapes. I agree, those tomatoes were sure pumpkin shaped. I was just given an old one in the same shape, but light blur velvet with a design of dots painted on, filled with sawdust. My favorite family one is a brown velvet acorn, glued into a real acorn cap.
pixipixil
Jul 22, 2015
That acorn sounds so cute, Coravee. How did you start collecting pin cushions?
Coravee
Jul 23, 2015
It started when husband's family was clearing out stuff. I would be so interested in the unusual ones, so they started giving me any they found. There are a couple crocheted on to chicken wishbones! Certainly the most bizarre. A glass cup and saucer painted pink, with a cardboard lid that fits the cup that is padded to be a pincushion, and it lifts to store thread and thimble. There is an unusual one of 1930's materials that has many cloth-covered cardboard sort of trumpets, all put together into a globe, and the center of each trumpet is a ball-shaped pincushion! The whole thing is only 4 or 5 inches across and must have taken days to make as all the cardboard pieces are hand overcast with tiny stitches. It is just fun to watch for unusual ones now, or to make them.
pixipixil
Jul 24, 2015
Do display them at your local library? Our local library has cases for displaying collections like that. Wish I could see yours!
aknan
Jul 24, 2015
I do, too. I have an Eskimo Blanket toss pincushion with the little children in their fur trimmed parkys holding the "blanket" and a jumping child on a long pin that sticks in the center. It's also good to hold fashion pins.
pixipixil
Jul 24, 2015
That sounds so intricate. It reminds me of a restaurant which has since burned down which had made multiple diaramas in miniature of scenes of different Indian tribes. They had one similar to what you are describing but as an entire scene. It was my favorite one.
fiestyolelady
Jul 15, 2015
I hate to torture my baby but he is so full of fleas I have to bathe him & he hates it.
animalvr143
Jul 15, 2015
I use those flea drops you put on the back of the neck. The Advantage ones work well on my cats. I have never known a cat who likes water tho I have seen pictures of some who seem to. Good luck.
Coravee
Jul 20, 2015
We use advantage also. Expensive, but it does the job well, and a package lasts several months.
hockeyfan
Jul 15, 2015
I never heard of a Birman Cat, but very pretty. Looks like a cuddler with lots of fur that probably sheds big time.
CatLadyOKC
Jul 15, 2015
Just asked tomandary if she knew how you were fairing the storms in your area, saw that you have had several bad ones thru you area. Good to see you on!!! Ours have finaly stopped again for now, just very hot & very humid, we don't go out except for very early morning.
hockeyfan
Jul 18, 2015
Yes, our storms have been very wicked at times. Lots of flash flooding in the area. Not by us thank goodness. FEMA was here yesterday to look it over. Houses washed right off their foundations. Cars washed away. A mess. We are in for another round the next few days then cooler and sunny again. It was nice to hear from you and that your weather improved somewhat. Stay safe.
CatLadyOKC
Jul 20, 2015
Well we are back to a few days of storms again, grandson got the grass cut. The no rain was good but the heat & humidity was awful. This is suppose to cool us down (but not much still in the 90"s). Took Crickett for his weigh in he as gained 1lb 8oz., so still doing good he is at 11lbs, vet would like him to get back to around 17lb but over the next several months. He is still liking his "treats" (chewable tabs-tuna flavor). Will take him in again in a couple of months for another weigh in, so far this is keeping his hyper-thyroid in check. Enjoy your nice days...& stay safe.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Jul 19, 2015
Cute cat.
aussiesapphire
Jul 14, 2015
Lovely looking cat, wonder if it leaves much fur in its wake.

"At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us." [Albert Schweitzer]

"Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for." [Zig Ziglar]

And I am so grateful that for the first time in several weeks, I slept through the night without coughing. PTL. Thanks to all of you who have been praying for me. Take care and God bless all of you. Hugs.
mamag15
Jul 14, 2015
That is good news. I pray that you continue healing even if it is slow.
aknan
Jul 14, 2015
Hallelu, hallelu, hallelu, hallelujah, Praise the Lord! So glad you slept, aussie. You're on the way to healing now!
aknan
Jul 14, 2015
Oops, that should have been "Praise Ye the Lord! "
aussiesapphire
Jul 14, 2015
Thank you mamag and aknan, had another setback last night, but hopefully these will lessen as time passes. Freezing cold this morning, it was so hard to get out of bed. We are in the middle of a cold snap and not like tropical Queensland weather at all. It will be great when the temps start to rise again on the weekend. God bless all of you. Hugs.
manatee
Jul 15, 2015
Sounds like a step in the right direction at least. maybe two steps forward one step back instead of one step forward two steps back. Still sending prayers and good thoughts.
aussiesapphire
Jul 15, 2015
Thank you manatee, sounds like a new dance lol. Hugs and God bless.
aussiesapphire
Jul 15, 2015
Could be called the seniors hustle lololol. Hugs.
ShirleyAnn
Jul 15, 2015
Good to hear from you again aussiesapphire. I've been out of the loop for a while and have missed your heartwarming posts. Stay healthy.
aussiesapphire
Jul 16, 2015
Thank you Shirley Ann, this is like an extended family for me and so many wonderful people on here. I am truly blessed. Hugs.
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