Return of the Drama Tail

Today saw a return of Calpurnia’s Drama Tail.  At dinner I tried to put some dry food down for her downstairs instead of in her usual place.  She wasn’t having it, and went up to the first landing, looked up and moved her tail in a series of jerky spirals.  The jerks were some irritation, and I interpreted the curves as a ‘follow me’ signal.  She was much happier when I put the food in the right area.

Julius had a nice easy day. He got his outside time but spent almost all of it on the wall right outside the back door instead of roaming far and wide.  Then he came in and perched on his favorite end table, just for variety.

I like the way Julius’ front foot is bent over and over again in this posture.  Calla was forced to stay in the middle basket because Gus was annoying her in the bottom and the top baskets.

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9 Responses to Return of the Drama Tail

  1. It’s nice to see so much of Julius these days. And Calpurnia is lovely as always.

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  2. nadbugs says:

    The way cats’ paws can double-bend like that never ceases to please me. Thank you for that lovely shot.

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  3. For some reason at our house we hall what Julius is doing with his paw “Elephant Foot”! And how dare you change a feeding spot…you have more guts than I.

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  4. Wazeau says:

    Julius looks awful satisfied in that last picture. A cat who got his way apparently 🙂 I love the hind leg sticking out, you have to wonder how that can be comfortable.

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  5. kimkiminy says:

    Don’t mess with cats’ routines!

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  6. Dianda says:

    Lazy cats are lazy!

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