Big Brother

Today’s photo session was more crowded than usual because Julius refused to absent himself from the scene.  He started on his favorite end table.

I was taking some pictures of Rhea on top of the high bookshelf when Davout rushed up to play with any available camera straps.  Davout was playing on the sofa while Julie moved down to the far end near the television.

Rhea eventually came down from her high perch to get in on the action.  Thus interrupted, both of the kittens went to sniff at Julie’s tail, conveniently pointed in their direction.

Turnabout is fair play, so Julie took a chance to get some sniffage in on Davout’s side while he wasn’t watching.   Davout didn’t know what to think about this.

Julie then went past him back to his end table and took a little sniff at Rhea as well, moving back when she turned around to watch him.

Rhea wasn’t totally OK with this, but when no spits or swats resulted, she relaxed and stayed put.

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About Oldcat

Engineer with Cats
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4 Responses to Big Brother

  1. digitalgranny says:

    Looks like big brother is meeting the kittens> Sweet photos and your posts are always filled with adorableness that make me smile.

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  2. weggieboy says:

    A delightful story today! The new kittens are pretty AND funny!

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  3. Anne Daigle says:

    We have been having some icy weather here and I can think of nothing more warming than to be able to ruffle ‘Big Brother’s’ coat.

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  4. An exchange of sniffs is a good step toward buddy cuddling, fingers crossed! MOL

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