Stretch it Out

Rhea, you are supposed to bend the other way to fit into that bed….

She actually stayed in that position for about 45 minutes.

There was a little bit out outside time today.  Gus took a rest on the largest rock.

But when I turned the other way he couldn’t resist snooping over my shoulder at what I was doing.

The kittens got to go outside again even though it was cool outside.  I even did a little bit of trimming of the plants.  The cats like playing with the dead parts of this grass.  Notice both of Davout’s front feet are up in the air, and one of Rheas.

Then Davout goes high for a new blade…

After that Rhea does too, although she needed to use the gate for support.

All that stretching is tiring.

When I came home Rhea managed to squeeze out into the Garage and it wasn’t until she started crying at being locked in there (the cat gate is closed) that I noticed.   I did try and train her to use the door to come in, although I’m not sure it took.

4 Davout Feet, 1 Davout tail.

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About Oldcat

Engineer with Cats
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5 Responses to Stretch it Out

  1. digitalgranny says:

    Love that close up of sweet Gus and Davouts on his hind legs trying to catch the dead parts of the grass.
    Those babies are sure growing into beautiful cats.

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  2. weggieboy says:

    It always amazes me how fast kittens grow up, making that short kittenhood all the more precious! Your kitties definitely are a joy to watch in this transformation from “cute” to “beautiful”!

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  3. kimkiminy says:

    Wow, that is some EPIC toe floof!

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  4. Kitties sleep in some of the weirdest positions!
    Squeeeee!! Davout toes and amazing toe hawks!!!! And floofy tail!
    Love the close up of Gus and his gorgeous copper eyes!

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  5. Anne Daigle says:

    Rhea slept in that position to demonstrate the superiority of cats in the areas of litheness, flexibility, and grace.–she made even that crazy position look good.

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