In Box

Its finally getting warm enough that the relaxation mode is starting to shift from the above “I’m all tucked in and warm” mode to the “sprawl out on a cool surface” flat cat mode. Of course round Calla isn’t very flat even in flat mode, but it’s the effort that counts.

The big rod is one of the most disappointing cat toys ever – there’s a mouse-ish toy on the end and the cats are so disgusted to see it they just lay there. I have better luck using the handle to get them to play.  Also, I have no idea what the silvery thing in the bottom right is.  It seems to be refracting the image of the leg of the end table – maybe its a magnifying glass that I didn’t put down before taking the picture? I do have a rimless one. A glass on the table?  Hmm…

I have trouble reading Calla’s expression. Is it sleepy or surly? And how about that foot in the back?

This is the box that used to be Julie’s favorite. Now, it’s all hers. I imagine she would be willing to split time with him, as she does with most of Gus’ beds. These days Julius is on or under the cat tree, or cooling on the tiles, or sometimes perched on the back of my desk chair behind me, watching me work on the computer.

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2 Responses to In Box

  1. nadbugs says:

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  2. Oldcat says:

    Welcome, and thank you for the kind words. I’ll keep an eye on your blog and pitch in with insight if I have any ideas that might help.

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