Find Chey Friday

You know, I think I might be able to live here.  What do you think? Of course I have no idea where I am so how could I invite you all here!  Can anyone help?

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  1. We cant find a clue, so we’ll just feel silly when somekitty explains how they figured it out… MOL!

    But mebbe we can help the next kitty.

    It looks Cape Coddish. Is it a rich New England whaler’s house?

  2. Hi Chey
    My guess is that you teleported to Portland while your mom was there and got lost near one of the beautiful colonial style houses/inns there. Which one is the question

  3. you are on the lawn across from a house. a house that has 2 chairs on the porch, a nest in the tree, and lights on in 2 windows.

    but we have NO idea where you are ; }

  4. Is it one of the mansions (cottages) on Rhode Island? Mum saw some when they cruised New England and thought it looked similar to one that she saw. She biggified the signs at the front but couldn’t read them

  5. I think you are somewhere un the Southeast – the photo reminds Mom of a hstoric place they went in Florida, but I am going to hazard a guess of North or South Carolina. That wrap-around porch says old Southern Mansion to me.

  6. you are at Tara, waiting for Rhett Butler and making clothes out of curtains.

  7. Lovely house! We can confirm it’s not in France!

    The Chans

  8. We don’t have a clue where you are but we wish we were there too…because there’s no snow!!

  9. Dunno!

  10. I think the Meezers are onto something!!!

  11. I’m goin’ with what US4CATS said!

  12. Mommy and I don’t know, but we think we could live there too!

  13. Cathu is the closest although I am not actually in Portland.

  14. Ah, not in Portland, so you are in Bangor. Or Portsmouth. Or Boston.

    Wait, you mean the OTHER Portland all the way over THERE. Not the one near here. Oh, we doesn’t know nutthin’ about that.

  15. Netti would like a clue please. So that she can google around and see

  16. Officer’s Row in Vancouver, WA?

  17. Very good Tink! It is nice to meet you! Can you send me a photo so you can be featured? of course someone could come up with the exact house but that’s where I am!

  18. Sigh…I am not that bright…

  19. Congrats Tink

    Netti likes to add that she thinks you are at the “community Foundation” office house which according to the website is “an 1840’s building that was once home to the Army’s senior officers”

  20. Whew we are glad someone knew cuz we had no clue, which is normal for us!

    Hellllllllllllllloooo gorgeous Miss Gemini.
    your boyfriendcat

  21. Hello Scarlett O’Chey 🙂
    We are so happy you are found!!
    Can we see your dress that you saw hanging in the window 😉 hahaha
    Purrs Mickey, Georgia & Tillie

  22. Nice cottage! If you take up residence that we should have a party!

  23. Wow Chey, this is a great place to be. YOu are among great heroes and patriots to our country!

    have a safe bonkful trip home!

  24. Again, Willow and I were clueless but we really do like that house with the big front porch!

    Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrs, China Cat

  25. Cool, you were found! I was going to come by with a cheese platter so we could hang out on the porch. Looks like there is plenty of room for a party there!

  26. Don’t know but we love the house. Have a great weekend.

  27. Is it the Gen. O. O. Howard House?

  28. I figured you were in a bed and breakfast somewhere. I’ll need to send you some more pictures of the southeast!

  29. Nicely done ‘Kaika! Now let’s head on down to the Marshall House for a bite

  30. Fanks fer da hint of Officers Row – we had to google dat – we fink its General O.O. Howard House. But we hasn’t a clue acuz dey look da same to us.

  31. We don’t know but it’s a nice looking place!

    The Florida Furkids and Angel Sniffie

  32. Try as hard as I could I couldn’t read the sign outside this beautiful place. Was nice to see no snow on the ground. Nice that you can get away.

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