The other day, I couldn’t find my kitty Elsa. She spends most of her time with me in the living room, either on the blankets on the couch, specifically placed there as an extra soft place for her to nap, or on a dining room chair. With the cat missing from her two most frequented spots, I went searching for her. Continue reading Bonus Time: Yet Another Cat Nap
At the risk of seeming overly obsessed with my cat, I decided to create another cuteness-dump of her antics. Elsa is a grey tabby cat I got just over two years ago, and I don’t know if my overwhelming adoration for her is simply due to the fact that I did not have a cat for a year or so prior to her adoption into the family or because she is indeed as adorable as I make her out to be. Probably the latter. With 2016 at a close, I wanted to show off a few more cute pictures of my youthful and silly feline. Now, I ask myself, are complete strangers really interested in photos of my pet? I dunno. But will I try, nonetheless, with courage and gusto to make her an Internet celebrity? Yes. Yes, I will. Continue reading Elsa Adopts a Plastic Mouse
You may already know this based on past posts on the subject, but I really enjoy visiting the zoo. I love animals, plus you never know what you’ll discover, and every once in a while I see something that is worth writing about. During my recent visit, one of the things that I remember particularly well was a great horned owl that kept hooting. I assume the same is the case for most people, but I don’t know if I have ever heard an owl before in my life, so getting to stand ten feet from a hooting owl was a pretty cool thing indeed. I also got to see the zoo’s new badgers, which was quite interesting, as well. I had never seen a badger before, either (which is probably fortunate, considering their reputation), so that was one more thing to add to my list of new experiences that day. Continue reading Lions and Tigers and Leopards…Kitten-Style
Maybe I’m rather biased, but sometimes it seems as if my cat exceeds the average level of cuteness displayed by most felines. I also know people seem to enjoy pictures of cute and cuddly kitties, so sharing such things with you all is surely one of the kindness things I can do. No need to thank me; I’m happy to do it.
My kitty Elsa sleeps in all manner of silly ways. You may have seen posts describing how she enjoys sleeping on her back or wrapped up in blankets. She also sometimes uses my computer’s power…thingy as a pillow. You know, that big, block of a thing that’s part of a laptop’s power cord? Well, it gets warm when the computer’s on, so she naps next to it, or on it, a lot. No pictures to share of that at this time, but maybe someday. Continue reading Elsa Says “Ah”
Cats are pretty adorable creatures. Sometimes, it almost feels as if they’re doing it on purpose, and it really only makes it that much cuter that they’re not. They were just born that way. There has always been one thing in particular I found especially endearing, and that was when kitties sleep under blankets like people. I don’t know why, but seeing a cat napping with just its head visible has always been a pretty goofy sight, and I never pass up an opportunity to photograph it, that I may share it with the world.
I used to have a Manx named Arwen well-versed in this ancient kitty technique. On more than one occasion, I would find that she had decided to pull a blanket over herself, after which a nap would ensue in utmost comfort. Had she learned this from watching me (I hope she didn’t watch me while I slept….)? Or was she just a kitty ahead of her time? She could open sliding doors, after all. Either way, her adopted brother Alex never did such things. I think it was because he wasn’t super bright, and he was a big dude and probably had plenty of warmth-giving padding anyway. But mainly because he just wasn’t all that clever. He was still a nice boy, though. Continue reading When Cats Use Objects as They Were Actually Intended
Recently, my cat Elsa has begun a very strange habit. To put it simply, she drowns her toys. Despite having many pets over the years, I have never seen this before. You see, starting a few weeks ago, Elsa’s jingly mouse toys have been ending up in her water bowl. I thought she had been doing it by accident, as she likes to toss them, but it just kept happening, leading me to wonder if itwas, in fact, entirely on purpose. Continue reading The Reason Elsa’s Toys Are Always Moist