Here’s Calla!

Calla has been making herself scarce at prime picture-taking time this week, what with all the hubbub.  Today she came down and I taunted her with the broken teaser head.  (Julie bit it off of the handle a long time ago)

She liked the toy more as an item to rub against than to fight…

Even doing the full side-to-side cheek rub on the displaced bath mat.  They like it here so much I haven’t had the heart to take it away.

Not a lot of excitement, but that’s what made it a good day.

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9 Responses to Here’s Calla!

  1. nadbugs says:

    I’m glad you didn’t have the excitement of Calla swallowing those little white thingies. And then the inevitable back-flow. Bugsy could demonstrate, if you like.


  2. Oldcat says:

    She just sort of runs them between the teeth rather than gnawing on them.


  3. Star does the rub it on her face thing too, rather than play play like the wild boy Leo. Star and Calla are more mellow players, little ladies maybe? Either way, I love looking at the beautiful Calla!


  4. littlemiao says:

    Awww, she looks content with her feathers. I can’t leave the Miaolings (esp. Sprock) unsupervised with feathers because eventually he tries to eat them. I think Calla has better taste.


    • Oldcat says:

      Most cats get a lot less chewy on stuff as they get older. I still have books where I can date the age a cat bit on a corner page by the little cat dents from the big teeth.


      • Lurkertype says:

        Our previous kitty used to chew on stuff to where it looked like someone had taken a teeny tiny shotgun or machine gun to the paper. He was a perforatin’ fool till he was past 5.


      • Oldcat says:

        The same girl that did the books (mostly) also did that to the metal wiindow blinds at the apartment I lived at. Little holes, crumpled them enough to leave a gap so she could sit on the window sill and look out.


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