Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Alienesse, Feb 18, 2012.
She never seemed terribly concerned with the raccoon's presence, which I thought was really bizarre.
That is one alert looking kitty.
She is normally not like that. She maintained that pose for a long time. I have no idea what she was looking at or why.
Work was a little slow today. There were unforeseen technical difficulties.
feline induced paralysis
^My cat is going to give me carpal tunnel syndrome!
But I suspect her body heat will cancel the effect.
His. His name is Junior. He's an ENORMOUS cat. Luckily, he's also a big marshmallow, so he's really easy to move.
auntiehill, I guess you can be thankful that Junior wasn't sitting on the keyboard, yes?
Great photo, btw!
Well, he has ruined a few Steam games by plopping down on my keyboard.
My cats Lily and Sierra were immensely fascinated by the disk tray on the blu-ray player today, which I thought was amusing until I realized that I was no different because I had been amusing myself by hitting the eject/close button over and over again for a half an hour instead of watching the movie. They were swatting at the tray when it popped out and crawling all over the entertainment center trying to find where the tray had disappeared to. It was cute.
My husband did this to the cat last night. Then he herded her into the bedroom so I could see (and take pics). She decided to take a nap before disentangling herself a few hours later.
My daughter's cat -- also a Maine coon -- liked to use my laptop as his personal lounge chair.
He's long since moved out with her, but I still partially close my laptop when I leave the room so my own cat and dog don't get any ideas...
I'm itching to reach through the screen and tickle him/her under the chin Do it for me?
She's so attractive sometimes.
Woke this morning up to find some company had joined me during the night:
Remembering my friend, one year later ...
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