Baghdad Girl

Blogging Since 2004

Monday, July 24, 2006

I wonder what this kitty is thinking about


  • At 7:23 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...


  • At 8:25 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hello Raghda,
    First of all I want to complement you on your English. You must be a very bright young girl to write so good in English!
    Second: I think to know what Kitty thinks. She thinks: I hope that Raghda will grow up some time to be a very special adult that cares for other people, that does not kow hate but only love, A person that everybody is proud of. Also a person that has an open mind and an open heart, that will work hard to make this world a better place for all peace loving people. A person, also, that believes that peace does not come from a gun but from the heart.

    This is what I think, and I hope not to be mistaken.

    A far away friend in Holland

  • At 1:08 PM , Blogger dick said...

    Hi, Raghda.

    I'm SO happy that you're safe in UAE, and away from all that danger.

    I know you must be missing Baghdad. But I'm sure you'll go back there before too very long, when it's a safe place to be. And, for now, you can have fun at the movies, going shopping, and doing all the nice things that you deserve to be able to do.

    Meanwhile, I don't have to worry about you every day like before.

    I wish that all the good Iraqui people like you could be as safe as you now are.

    My cats - Snowy, Blueberry and Paloma - say hello too.

  • At 4:19 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hola Raghda,
    That's Hello in spanish. I think you are a very intelligent and sensitive teen, just like my youngest daughter.
    Kitty must be thinking about my three legged cat (injured by a car) who is very moody sometimes.

    Take care in UAE, the architecture is very impressive there!

    A friend from Puerto Rico ( in the caribbean)

  • At 7:22 PM , Blogger David said...

    This kitty is looking especially naughty! She is thinking about how much she wants to claw and bite! Oh wait, she just changed her mind. Now she wants to run and hide under the bed so she can take a nap. :)

  • At 4:33 AM , Anonymous Jessica said...

    Hee hee! What a cute picture! It is probably thinking about how much noise it will make if it wants to get down off of that piano!

  • At 2:44 PM , Blogger BJFORD3 said...

    I always ask my cats what they're thinking, but they don't tell me in words. Sometimes I might hear a "meow" out of them if they want something like attention or a treat. But if they're purring, it probably means they're content. This cat looks like it could be purring, but it's hard to tell whether it's daydreaming or wide awake.
    I'm glad it didn't take too long for you to get out of Iraq! Do they speak the same language in the UAE?

  • At 10:52 PM , Blogger vo0do0chile said...

    glad to see you're posting again!

  • At 1:11 PM , Blogger Aladdinslad said...

    you take very nice pictures and i am thinking the kitty is think oh now what is she doing and what is that thing she point at me.... cats are by nature very cuious animals i love them have a very cute blog i have put it on my blogroll...sometimes it is good to go to a site that is just have nice things like this.

  • At 2:14 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi Raghda,

    just came accross your site from in link at (another lover of kittens !) and just wanted to say well done on the site- so many cute cats !

    Yesterday, my cat just had five kittens I hope they grow up to be half as nice as the ones on your site- but they do have a good loving Mum :)

    I am sorry to hear you having to leave Iraq- it is such a terrible mess that has been created there, I hope you are safe in UAE and that one day soon you can return home and se your cats again.

    Good luck and be safe.

  • At 8:58 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi Raghda -

    So glad you're safe now, but I'm sorry that you are missing your kitties. I have a gorgeous kitty and I can't imagine leaving her behind.

    Tell us about the movie you saw in Dubai!

  • At 11:03 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hello, Raghda.

    I'm so sorry you had to move, but am glad you are safe. I'm sitting here with one of our 2 cats, and I'm sorry you had to leave yours behind.

    So sorry, for so much.

    You are brave and obviously very smart. Your blog is fantastic, your sweet kitties are loved around the world! You are in my heart and I wish for you the brightest future.

    From Texas, USA.

  • At 3:32 PM , Blogger Aspasia M. said...

    Hi Raghda!

    I'm glad you're safe and hope you're having fun in your new home. I also want to see Pirates of the Carribean II. I've seen Pirates I - and it was a lot of fun.

    I also love kittens - and my cat Milo says hello!

  • At 11:41 AM , Blogger S.O.Mebody said...

    Hello Raghda,
    Maybe this Kitty is saying, I am sad because I must leave home soon, but I would very much like to return. I am extreemly fond of cats, myself. I found your blog by using a search engine to search "cats" and finding your blog I was led to all your relatives and friends, that wonderful community of Iraqi bloggers in English. Your nation has every reason to be proud of each and every, one of you. You represent to anyone in the world, able to read English, a voice of sanity and tolerance. All of you, every single blogger of the Iraqi blog count, speaks from the heart, speaks with great candor, often with forebearance, always with tact. Even though, such sad circumstances mean that at this moment Baghdad Girl is no longer in Baghdad, please stay as "Baghdad girl", with your Iraq forever, cats forevever and Baghdad forever. One day Baghdad will be a city free of all terror. In 1750 Lisbon was destroyed, it was rebuilt. In 1945 Warsaw was destroyed, it was rebuilt. Beiruit was destroyed but was rebuilt, and, if need be, will be rebuilt again and so it will be with Baghdad.

    From the heart of one cat lover to another yours truly


  • At 10:03 AM , Blogger The Miner said...

    Be sure, she is just thinking about this recent war in Lebanon and its relative things!

  • At 7:42 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    What an adorable little kitten. I hope you are enjoying your new home int he UAE. I know someone who lived there and they loved it. It looks like a beautiful country.

  • At 10:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi Raghda,
    I just discovered your blog and like it very much. You sound like such a sweet, smart young lady. I love cats too and have 7, Joey is a Siamese, Rusty is a big fat orange cat, I have two black cats named Charlie and Mackie, a Persian cat with one bad front leg named Sadie, a big fat white and black cat named Rammie and a tiny little orange and white kitty named Riki-Tiki.
    I'm an American woman and hate what is happening to your country. I'm very glad you and your family got to go the UAE where you can be safe and hopefully your time there will be short and you can return to a peaceful Iraq.
    Keep blogging and keep posting the cat pictures. I noticed you said you were going to your first movie. What did you go see?

  • At 12:31 PM , Blogger Hafez said...

    Well, i like your blog!
    I ve been in Baghdad under "peaceful" times.
    your Hafez

  • At 5:26 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    this kitten is just so cute if it was for sale I would buy it!


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