Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Alienesse, Feb 18, 2012.
^ What about refurbishing the old one then?
Make sure you have some tissue handy when you read this
Awww, that was a great story.
I found it absolutely hilarious that the cat's name, Koshka, means "Kitty" in Russian
That is looking like the only option. I have already re-wrapped the other bare wood post with sisal (his favourite scratching fabric). I'm just not sure how to replace the carpet...it is glued on really well!
...it is time for the orange to go though. The Halloween themed "black cat on a large orange cat post" motif got old over the years!
It sure was, thanks for sharing that story.
She was watching the snow fall.
Junior snuggling up on his blankey
Koshka means cat. The diminutive form, koshachka (not sure if I transliterated it correctly), would be closer to kitty.
If she can't snuggle up on my wife, Banshee likes to curl up on this green pillow on our rocking chair:
Phantom, on the other hand, will sleep just about anywhere!
Yaye! More new kitty pics! I was starting to miss them...I've been a little blue lately, and seeing pics of everyone's cats never ceases to bring a smile to my face! I'm glad to see them coming in again!
Junior is such a gorgeous cat!
So are Banshee and Phantom.
Jack resting after working hard at shedding his winter coat.
Aww! He looks like one happy cat.
If we're really pedantic about it, "koshka" means a female cat, because "kot" means "cat"
The Russians, for some reason, prefer the female form as default for animals. The same goes for dogs
I want to pet a kitty. All of these kitties look ripe for snuggles.
I know Moochie and Perro will be demanding snuggles when I get home from work.
Uh huh. Riiiight. I'm sure this is really how it went down.
The hard life of my two cats.
LIke most cats, Panzer, has this instinctual need to get onto/into any suitcase or bag that is being packed. This was when I was going on leave to Colorado over Thanksgiving. He did the same thing when I was packing my duffel bags in preparation for this deployment.
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