Feline Family Tweet The Trio Waiting for treats on the cat tree after Sunday’s weigh-in Murphy Murphy needs a nap, June 2014 Murphy enjoying the heater vent on a January morning Murphy poses – June 2014 Xavier Xavier helps update the name roster in preparation for running a polling place 2012 November 6. Xavier (aka Boo or Bunny) in his heated bed – his castle – Mar 2011 Walking down the street – Oct 2012 Xa curled up in round bed – Oct 2014 Xavier eschews his heated kitty bed for the chili shorts. Birman companions can tell you that this is an accident in the making – Apr 2011 Hanging out on the shoe boxes in the closet – Apr 2013 Cocoa (Dickens) Cocoa and the new silk bedding from China. Cocoa helping make the bed with the new Chinese silk spread – Nov 2014 Cocoa enjoy the look and feel of the new spread – Nov 2014 Cocoa a few weeks later on Dad’s pillow – Dec 2014 2014 June 20 sequence from Cocoa’s standpoint. “What’s Mom looking at him for?” “I can settle in here higher than Xavier – but he looks awfully comfortable.” “What’s up Xa?” “I want to be that content; go away!” “Okay, okay – you can put away the squirt bottle.” “Squirrel! Is there anything to eat on your nightstand?” One neuron and so many things to do with it. Archive 2012 July 26: Cocoa helps with unpacking
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As Xavier circled me, impatient for his dinner, I noted a darkish lump in his white tummy fluff. Since two hours earlier he’d accompanied me in the garden, I assumed that the lump was a leaf. He hopped in my lap so I flipped him over and reached for the lump. Ewww! Damp and squishy. Litter box refugee? I completed the removal and looked more closely. Double ewww: the lump was a small slug.
Cat’s don’T always land on their feet?