Sunday Prominade

I let the cats out front, but events conspired to keep them closer to home.  Instead of wandering far, they ended up moving up and down the front walk.  The first obstacle was a pair of skateboarding kids that drove Julie back to the porch wall and Calla back to appeal for an intervention.

Calla and Julie had another interesting interaction this morning.  I have a box/tunnel piece of cat furniture that I moved upstairs a while back, and today moved to a new spot.  Julie had moved inside it and was looking out the small holes in one side.  Calla came up nearby and was sniffing, then poking in the holes with a paw…finally Julie spat at her and she left him alone.

Now she is keeping an eye on Julie up above her – he’s about to jump down.  He’s also able to jump up from the walk to the wall if he’s feeling frisky.

Calla made a move in just as Gus was coming out.  She gives him a little sniff.

A while later the loud-chirping angry birds found the cats and drove them inside.  Julie was made of slightly stronger stuff and sat on my crossed knee for security.

 

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5 Responses to Sunday Prominade

  1. grannyandthebaldguy says:

    Looks like they enjoyed their time out.

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  2. fozziemum says:

    Great day full of mental enrichments!! I am sure the whiskers and tails will be twitching in their sleep tonight..Have a great day guys Fozziemum xx

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  3. Great pictures! They look content! Ellie

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  4. And did you listen to Calla’s silent appeal and send those skateboarders packing? “Hey kids, my cat wants you to leave please!” MOL!

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