We have lots of Cats. Originally four, but now alas, only three. You’ll find all of them here.
Ginger & Sprinky - When you can't get any work done because your cat likes Bach's Cello Suites as much as you do... [30 sec. Video]
Meanwhile, here are some kitties - Life got busy, and things like processing and posting pictures have had to take a back seat. So, in the meantime here are some cuuute kitties. [3 pictures]
Sprinky - Nothing is out of bounds. [2 pictures]
Desk-buddy - Yesterday I thought Sprinky had finally grown tired of laying on my desk, but no, here she stays, pretty much 24 x 7. [6 pictures]
This Wasn't Part Of The Plan - When I cleared my office and changed the couch I did not anticipate the increased attention my office would get from the feline members of the family. [5 pictures]
Sleepy Mao. [1 picture]
Mao & Tubbs. I had been getting a refill of coffee from the kitchen when I walked by these two looking particularly cute. [1 picture]
This cat configuration is what we call a 'Tri-Puss'. [1 picture]
Our poor little tropical Burmese likes to find somewhere warm to sleep, plus I've been busy. [1 picture and a few words]
Black and white photograph of Gary with Sprinky. [1 picture]
My Two Office Fur Balls -- They've left just enough room for me to sit between them.
The squirrels have been working on a new route. Sprinky considers this cool because she can sit and watch them from the comfort of my filing cabinet. [1 picture]
Sprinky lying on the kitchen table - five treatments of the same picture. [5 pictures]
The trouble is the cats are a constant source of amusement – so you cannot ignore them, or their strange foibles (and furballs). Rather than make a load of separate posts here are some recent cat pictures. Tubby is pretty... Continue Reading →
Ginger lent Tubby her phone and Tubby wore himself out trying to watch bird videos. It’s tough being a half blind, half deaf cat.
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