Silent Sunday Selfie


Aw Mom…….when the camera is that close you can see my bald spots!  


We’re hooking up to The Cat On My Head’s Sunday Selfies Blog Hop!



About onespoiledcat

We are Angel Sammy and Teddy......! When I went to the Rainbow Bridge in December 2016, my Mom and Dad adopted Teddy from the same shelter where they got me 17 years ago.......he's a cutie......I'm teaching him ALL I know. It's great that I can continue blogging from the Bridge - we have great wi-fi up here! Teddy and I will tell you all about our adventures together AND we have some fun blog features every week too. It's nice to meet you..........have fun with TWOSPOILEDCATS!

83 responses »

  1. Bald spots? What bald spots? We can’t see any. And even if you had bald spots, you’d still be one of the most handsome kitties we’ve ever known. 🙂 Happy Sunday, sweetie! 😀 xx Roxy & Tigerlino ❤


  2. I don’t see any bald spots! Did you brush your fur over them? Be proud of your bald spots Sammy. You have guided your parents for 15 years and the bald spota show how hard you’ve tried to help. That’s no easy job my friend.



  3. It’s okay, Sammy. You are among furiends. Most of us have a little alopecia above our eyes, and yours is barely noticeable. Thanks so much for joining and supporting our blog hop. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo


    • It’s one of those little spots on our heads where the hair is thin and just gets thinner……but I’m used to it now – Mom says she’d rather see those little balding spots than have me adopt the “Donald Trump Combover” !!

      Hugs, Sammy


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