The Explorers

Even though Chris is older and more “mature” he still looks for trouble wherever he can find it. Sometimes he is a bad influence on the other cats.


21 thoughts on “The Explorers

  1. Rantasalot

    Chris is a real cat, curious, do not ober, fighst and looks very beautiful. He just wants to see what you have in cabins. Video is πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ .

  2. Carole

    That was funny. Chris has such an innocent look on his face.
    Frodo was watching that with me, and I’m hoping he doesn’t get any ideas from it LOL

  3. elizabetcetera

    FYI, you don’t sound very stern with Chris. I wouldn’t obey your voice either. You sound too permissive.

    And didn’t you know that ALL Chrises (Krises) are bad? ALL of them. My bother, I mean, brother, he takes the cake. He is so bad. I do know one Kris now who puts on a mask to appear good. It’s all an act.

    Chris is just gonna be Chris for Chrissake! πŸ˜‰

    He’s like Christopher Columbus, the EXPLORER!

    BTW, I love Chris and your “fake” anger and annoyance doesn’t fool him one bit … he knows he’s on cam and loves the limelight! πŸ˜‰

  4. Doug Thomas

    LOL! Cats! I had a ginger tabby, Louie, who the day I brought him home from the shelter and opened the carrier door, walked through the whole apartment, opening each and every cabinet door.

    Andy, my current kitty boy, insists on me opening all the cabinet doors in the kitchen any time I finds me there. It’s his excuse to pretend he’s looking for “mousies”. I am expected to praise him for his prowess as a “mousie’ hunter, and to “skitch’ his chest and rub his face and head. Of course, after this routine (which has happened several times daily for at least three years now) is done, he expects a leaf or two of fresh “nip or some Greenies. What a joker!

    1. Charles Huss Post author

      Cats are so funny. When Puck was around he would look at me in meow and I knew exactly what he was saying. He wanted to get on my shoulders so I could walk him over to the China cabinet and he could get on top.

      1. Doug Thomas

        People who aren’t around animals don’t always believe us when we say we have “conversations” with our pets. Andy uses some vocalizations, but body language is his specialty when it comes to letting me know his wants and needs. “I am hungry!” is conveyed by sitting next to me, looking at me and mewing softly while licking his lips! Of course, he understands “Do you want kitty food?” and “Kitty treats!”


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