The Great Divide

At opposite ends.  Romeo and Patches seem to have reached an agreement on the couch.

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Totally Self-Assured

This photograph speaks for itself.  Just look at that body language!!

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The Question of Rug Ownership

Patches is a very patient girl.  So sweet.  She really wanted to lay down in the spot where Rusty made himself comfortable.  So, she decided to take up the space next to Rusty.  As soon as she did, Rusty left the rug.

I’m always surprised by their actions.  One can never predict what they will do.  That’s part of the allure of cats.  They keep life interesting, for sure.

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Queen of the Penthouse

The cat tree with the “penthouse” at the top has been here since Patches was a small kitten.  She has definitely “grown” into it.  And, of course, it’s one of her favorite places to take her afternoon nap.

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The Adversarial Paper Bag

As cat lovers, we know how much our cats are drawn to a new paper bag on the floor.  It’s a new toy – one that provokes extraordinary curiosity and challenges.

On a recent day, I threw a little bag down to the floor that had originally carried a small purchase.  I knew it would probably cause a stir.  Little did I imagine how much of a stir it would cause.  It was only a small bag.

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Not According To Plan

I just received an order from Drs. Foster and Smith.  One of the items (I ordered 4 at half-price each) was special “cozy cushions.”  I grew tired of using towels, etc., in my quest to keep as much cat fur off the couch as possible, and from turning my black couch, into a white couch!

I spread the cushions out, hoping that Patches (as well as Romeo), would spread out comfortably on the cushions, and save Mom from so much vacuuming.

When it comes to animals, things don’t always turn out the way you wanted.

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It looks like Patches didn’t understand my intention.  She usually had made herself comfortable on the opposite corner, but she “turned the tables” on me.  I do believe her head was very comfortably ensconced on the cushion; however, the rest of her “missed the boat.”

From New Toy To New Apparel

It’s always interesting to me to watch my cats’ reactions to a new toy.  Sometimes they will get excited (rarely happens) and at other times, their reactions are surprising.

This time, Romeo seemed to like his new toy, but then there was a new twist.  Romeo became a model for a new style of kitty apparel.

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