These are our cats, Puck and Chris. The top drawer is missing because Chris climbed into it while it was open and crawled under and then up and over so he was behind the drawer. I removed it so he could get out. That is when Puck joined him.
This is our cat Puck. He is much better behaved than our other cat Chris, but he can be bad at times too.
These are my sister-in-law’s cats being quit in sync with each other.
This was our cat Flash just after we adopted him. He was a very nervous cat and immediately found a crevice to hide in.
I find it interesting that cats always seem to want to lie on top of something. This was our cat Vinny way back in 2003.
I hate to tie my photo to a Batman movie some of you might not have seen but I did it anyway. If you don’t get it, leave a reply and I will explain.
My in-laws took shelter in our home during Hurricane Frances in 2004. They brought along their parrot, Bear, who was not thrilled with his new housemates.
I dug deep into the archives for this one. This was our cat Princess almost ten years ago. She was lying with my son’s guinea pig, Furball.
We need to quit monkeying around and do something to help all the homeless apes get off the streets. Perhaps we can find them jobs as bouncers or Wal-Mart cashiers.