Here ia a classic photo of Abbey and Flash taken almost ten years ago on February 28, 2010. It was three months after we adopted Chris and two months before Flash died at the young age of five.
While we were busy with family on Christmas Day, Floki and Chris were hanging out together in the Florida room.
For some reason, my mother calls it an Arizona room. I don’t know why.
I know I have been posting too many photos of napping cats but I couldn’t resist this on of Chris spooning with Floki.
I have accumulated a ton of photos lately of our cats napping together on our bed, which has become a very popular napping destination.
Where do your cats, or dogs, like to nap?
After a recent shopping trip for Christmas gifts, Chris decided it was important to guard one of those gifts as soon as we brought it in the house.
Chris is certainly a proactive cat that knows how to take the initiative. Perhaps he would be a good example in an employee training class.
It is not often that all three of our kitties are very close together without any fighting so I was happy to see them like this.
On another note, I am happy to introduce you to my first grandchild, Brayden.
All of our cats have two or three favorite spots to nap. One of Frankie’s favorite spots is in front of the television. He only blocks a small part of the picture but his presence is a distraction because he tends to draw the eyes toward him and away from the television.
Did you notice the scratches? I wonder who did that.
Since everyone likes kittens I thought I would show you some kittens that were at the SPCA in Largo, Florida the other day.
All of them were napping while I was there except the grey and white one. He lied on my lap for a long time but kept getting up to rub his face on my nose.
It is hard to believe that Chris has been with us now for ten years. He is not as much of a “bad” cat now as he was in his youth but he is still a huge PITA sometimes. Now, for example, he is on my lap as I write this and is clawing at my face and chest trying to get me to pay more attention to him.
I decided to keep this post simple today since I have already made a big deal about many of his other gotcha days. This time I thought I would just find an early photo of Chris that I have not already posted on this blog. The photo below was of Chris and Tigger taken on December 3, 2009, less than three weeks after we adopted him.
If you haven’t read it yet, the following two posts talk about Chris’s adoption.
I don’t know what people technically consider to be “cat grass” but for the purposes of this post I would say any grass a cat eats is cat grass. It is not easy photographing a cat eating grass because they move too much but I think I captured Frankie going for a bite pretty well here.
What do you think?