Just a Nice Day

Instead of gloom and rain it was a nice day outside.  It made Rhea spunky enough to climb on top of the television in the living room.  For a wonder it did not fall over.

Grant got a shoestring snake to carry off to his lair…this time about 2 feet away where Davout was standing.

The kitties all got a nice visit into the garage, and then some fresh air from an open screened window.

It was all very interesting.

Until it all got way too crowded.


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3 Responses to Just a Nice Day

  1. weggieboy says:

    Yes, that screened opening to the outside is a great attraction! My kitty boys love it! I suspect they enjoy the scents and sounds as much as the visual attractions. I liked the progression from one kitty to too many!

    The flat screen televisions are great for us, but I cringed when I saw the first photo of Rhea on top of yours. My kitty Andy did that one day and he’s heavy enough at circa 10 pounds 5 ounces that the television looked like it would topple! If I recall, rhea is a more petite kitty, but the new televisions definitely are more dangerous to cats and people for being delicately balanced on their stands.


  2. angela1313 says:

    My poor kids are just begging for me to open a window. With the warm spell we had they got used to three windows being open. Now we are having frigid Arctic weather and they don’t understand why I am “punishing” them. We have no TV to endanger but the laptop leads an adventurous life. Thank goodness Rhea is petite and agile.


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