I walked into the bathroom the other evening, and found Rusty sitting on the edge of the bathtub, fixated on something outside on the other side of the glass blocks. Since it was nighttime, I couldn’t see what had caught his attention, but it probably was a lizard. After all, we have plenty of them here in South Florida, and was attracted to the light from inside.
As usual, I grabbed my camera to get some shots while he was continuously following whatever was outside.
Evidently, the lizard moved across the window, and of course, Rusty followed it to the other side of the tub.
Oops! It looks like the lizard moved to the other side again. What a tease it is. I’m sure it knows that Rusty would love to play with it.
I enjoy watching Rusty enjoy himself. He’s such a pleasure!!
Rusty follows his Mom all over the house. He loves to be near when I’m in the kitchen, fixing some food for myself on the counter. He makes himself very comfortable on the bar overlooking the counter. He usually supervises, but this time, he kind of dozed off. That’s OK. I can manage without his help this time.
Rusty, you are the best cuddle-er. I know that isn’t a real word, but it fits. Someone once said, “If it works, don’t fix it.” My cats aren’t lap cats, but they know how to get close to their Mom.
Fortunately, I had my camera close by when I sat down on the loveseat in the family room. Darling little Rusty takes that as his signal to run in from wherever he was at the time, and jump up next to me. Front paws aren’t enough. His back paws have to touch Mom, too. HEAVEN – This must be it.