Friday Frolic

When I came out to sit and take pictures, Calla got up and came up meeping and I had to pan the camera to save the shot.  Somehow this leafy tunnel effect happened on the left side of the frame, and I caught her in mid-meep.

Gus often will press his front paws against things – me, or the wheel of my desk chair.  He’s also got a bit of grizzling white hairs on his legs.

Bored Now!

Actually she was catching the evening breeze and cooling on the bricks.

Gus came out, turned around, went back, then came out again and Julie popped over and plopped down in front to get a lick on the head or two.  I didn’t let Gus even think about taking a bite out here.  He’s keeping an eye on Calla, although what he thinks she might do is a question.

He then moved on past me to get his own rock to sit on.

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7 Responses to Friday Frolic

  1. That’s a great shot of Calla, looks like she’s telling you off!
    Star presses her feet on things like Gus does, it’s such a funny, silly thing, but so cute.
    Julie’s so cute when he asks for a head lick! And look, that profile of Gus where the fur markings make his little nose look up turned! I love that profile!


  2. Jo Woolf says:

    Lovely pic of Calla meeping! Captured as she dashes to save the universe with her fluffiness. Is she poking a cute tongue out at you in the ‘bored’ pic?


  3. weggieboy says:

    Calla meeping and Calla with her tongue hanging out just a little are my favorites this time, but you always do a great job of cat photography. (It doesn’t hurt that you have beautiful subjects to photograph!)


  4. kimkiminy says:

    That is a GREAT shot of Calla. She looks hot, bored and totally over it.


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