These cats are getting ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. They are wearing the green, checking out the Shamrocks, hunting for their pot of gold, and ready for the green beer, or we should say catnip because that’s what they prefer.

While the cats at the Paws household had some help from their human photographing these Selfies, they are getting into the spirit of this fun day. Hard to say, if the kitties have Irish roots? Not that their breed originates in Ireland, but who knows where their ancestors might have come from?

Perhaps, we should do some genealogical research, but for now, it’s time for some fun, sharing the cats celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.

 

Sunday Selfies: Cats get ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

 

Little Yellow Cat looks for his pot of Gold for St. Patrick's Day.
Little Yellow Cat looks for his pot of Gold for St. Patrick’s Day.

 

Siamese Linus is looking for the Green Beer, a St. Patrick's Day favorite, for humans that is.
Siamese Linus is looking for the Green Beer, a St. Patrick’s Day favorite, for humans that is.

 

Cat Lenny finds plenty of Shamrocks to play with on St. Patrick's Day
Cat Lenny finds plenty of Shamrocks to play with on St. Patrick’s Day

 

Cat Little Yellow looks for the Blarney Stone
Cat Little Yellow looks for the Blarney Stone

 

These cats are wearing the green on St. Patrick's Day
These cats are wearing the green on St. Patrick’s Day

 

Cat Little Yellow says I want catnip for St. Patrick's Day celebrations
Cat Little Yellow says I want catnip for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

 

Cats looking for the Blarney Stone this St. Patrick's Day
Cats looking for the Blarney Stone this St. Patrick’s Day

 

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    • I been following the BlogPaws challenge and they say get things out early. Not sure if that’s the way to go, but that’s why we went a week early with St. Patrick’s Day

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