Feb 4, 2013

Funday Monday!

Find the LoveCats! 

To celebrate our anniversary, we've put together this word puzzle!  

We've been chatting with you here at the LoveCats DownUnder for THREE YEARS and ONE MONTH!  Time sure does fly when you're having fun!

Anyway, we're all here including our lovely Cats in the Wild!

Make Your Own Word Search


  1. Happy third and one month anniversary! Thanks to all the Love Cats for some very interesting posts. I've learnt a lot about Australia and New Zealand and enjoyed a lot of your books. Here's to a lot more anniversaries.

  2. Oh, I love word searches! Very clever, Sharon!

  3. Heheh, this was fun, although I found Natalie and Rachel quite elusive (though I hunted them down eventually). :-)

    And thanks Kaelee -- glad you've enjoyed some of our books!

  4. Tee hee, Michelle. That's because Natalie and I *are* ellusive. They seek us here, they seek us there...

  5. OMG! I loved Richard E Grant as The Scarlet Pimpernel. Mmm, and I have the dvd too. Do I have time...

    No! Back to work, Michelle!

  6. Thanks, Kaelee! I was amazed to realise we'd been here for so long! Thank you for being a regular visitor - it's always lovely to see you pop up with a comment.

    LOL on the elusive Natalie and Rachel, Michelle! I had trouble finding Mel! Which I thought was quite funny since I'd loaded the puzzle!

    Ooo, I haven't seen Richard Grant in The Scarlet Pimpernel - only Anthony Andrews (who I thought was pretty smashing!) Mmmm, I just searched and found that Richard Grant's version is a series... must put that on the wish list!

  7. It's a good old fashioned rollicking adventure, Sharon. Lots of fun. :-)

  8. Loved the word search, I'm going to have to do that for the kids :) Happy anniversary, I've loved the ride :D

  9. Hey, thanks, Tash! It's been lovely to have you one the trip with us!

    It's a heap of fun making these puzzles and seeing the words disappear into the alphabet jumble!

  10. Oh, Michelle, you slipped in there too and I nearly missed you! It's been a hoot, hasn't it!