Catnip Aftermath

I bought some new catnip at the store today.  The carnage was considerable….

Duuuude.

Actually he sometimes drapes himself like this even without catnip.  Sometimes he sags so hard you can hear his breath rasping because the edge of the tree is pressing on his windpipe.

Silly fellow.

Calla is still prim and proper.  She is getting even more overtly cuddly.  She climbed onto the chair for brushing, and has even starting spending extra time hanging out on the bed with me when I’m reading or after I wake up.  She even spent a little time there after lights out, which she used to use as a signal to go off to her own sleeping place.

You never know when a cat will decide to change its ways.

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13 Responses to Catnip Aftermath

  1. Truffle loves the nip and Brulee tends to ignore it.

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  2. Gus has the cutest pink jelly bean toes!
    Julie… that is a seriously goofy way to sleep!
    Calla, such a little lady! I’m glad she’s getting more cuddly! You never know what will turn them into cuddlebugs!

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  3. jamjet73 says:

    This cat is so photogenic !

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  4. Dianda says:

    Calla is absolutely beautiful!

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  5. Lurkertype says:

    I hope as the weather gets colder, Miss Calla continues to be friendlier.

    My tuxie drapes his throat over things like Julie. I don’t get it either. It freaks out my husband. “How can he breathe? How can he swallow?”

    I’ve carefully looked at all the angles and parts of Mr. Gus and I haven’t found one yet that I don’t love. But I may need more data.

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  6. kimkiminy says:

    The Dude abides. I got a fresh catnip plant this year, and it was well worth having.

    Calla’s turning into “winter cat.”

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