Postage stamp for our friend Diego Hamlet Moonfur

After yesterday’s post, I couldn’t let poor Hammy be taunted by his big brother Rumblepurr, so I thought I’d share this postage stamp so Hammy wouldn’t feel left out.  It’s part of a collection of stamps from Togo, a small country in west Africa. Mom likes these stamps because they feature cats and because they are triangle shape.

Here’s a stamp featuring a Ragdoll, just like you Diego! You can click the image to make it bigger.

Togo postage stamp featuring Ragdoll cat

Animal Planet has a short educational video about the Ragdoll.  Ragdolls are wonderful kitties. Our neighbors Tippy and Tyler are Ragdolls and we think they are fantastic – big, soft, and friendly.  Our handsome friends d’Artagnan Rumblepurr and Diego Hamlet Moonfur have a fun blog at Rumblebum.

Here are a few other stamps from that series.

An Occicat –

Togo Ocicat postage stamp

A British Shorthair – Togo British Shorthair postage stamp

A Colorpoint (I’m guessing Siamese, since colorpoint is a fur color pattern, not a breed)Togo Colorpoint postage stamp

There are more stamps in this set from Togo, including one for our friend Sparkle. We’ll post that one tomorrow.

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4 Responses to Postage stamp for our friend Diego Hamlet Moonfur

  1. Sparkle says:

    Togo knows that we kitties rule!

  2. This is HAMMY!! Thank you SO much! I am now going to strut around the house, just like Rumbles did yesterday! *whispers* also I am going to steal some of his treats – don’t tell him!

  3. Raven says:

    Hammy, I’m glad you’re feeling proud. You deserve it. You also deserve some of Rumbles treats. Your secret is safe with us.

  4. Pingback: Postage stamp for our friend Sparkle cat | Indulged Furries

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