Weekend Cat Blogging: The Heat

The temperature hit 97F (35C) yesterday, which is exceptionally hot for San Francisco. Felt great to me, but it's a bit too much for the ketzela.

Here we see Luna trying to beat the heat resting under her new favorite table:

Even in the heat, she seems to have a sense of style. And fun. Note the cardboard furniture box to the left. Luna has always been fond of cardboard boxes, and this new one is no exception. Lots of fun for the teeth and claws, especially when you don't have to move far to reach it.

Like we said, this has been an exceptionally warm few days. It is famously cold and foggy during the summer months (June, July and August), though less so in our neighborhood. But it has been delightful to spend warm evenings out on the patio; and that “incipient warmth” in the morning, where the air still has a chill but one can feel it disappearing quickly. And with the energy of the city all around us…

It's never too hot for Weekend Cat Blogging, which is going on at Chey's Place.

The Bad Kitty Cats Festival of Chaos is returning home to the Bad Kitty Cats Journal this weekend.

The Carnival of Cats will be going up this Sunday at Artsy Catsy

And of course the Friday Ark is at the modulator.

9 thoughts on “Weekend Cat Blogging: The Heat

  1. Oh my – that is hot. Very summery hot. Then again, out in the east coast in Canada, there was a freek snow storm (approx. 5 inches) about 2 weeks ago.

    Hugs to luna. Hope it cools down soon for you.

  2. Luna looks like she is in her happy place 🙂
    Heat is always nice to a cat!
    You are only 30 degrees warmer than us 😮
    Your 35C to our 17C !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Yesterday it rained and was cold 🙁
    Stay cool 🙂
    Purrs Mickey

  3. 🙂 Poor Luna kitty! Heat wave in CA, it has
    been different all over the USA as far as the
    weather. We had record setting snow amounts,
    rain in January, and early tornados. Its a
    mad weather world these days! I enjoyed your
    photos of Oregon, esp Crater Lake!

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