I thought this was a good example of what happens to some people after they have children. These are my sister-in-law’s cats. Of course, they are not really a couple.
Tell me, could anyone refuse that face? This is our cat abbey, who is no longer with us.
Everyone with cats knows that this is what happens when you get the luggage out of the closet.
Kittens sure do have a lot of energy. This cat looks like he needs a respite.
I don’t know why, but cats seem to have a fascination with purses. Here is another example.
This was taken at The Columbia Restaurant in Clearwater, Florida. Many seagulls and other birds hang out there hoping for leftovers.
Here is Holly again. When she is not flying, you can often find her playing catch with a mouse.
This is a photo of our cat Alex who has since passed away. He is doing what cats do after crying to come in, deciding if that is what he really wants to do.
I took this photo when I lived in South Carolina and volunteered for Sav-R-Cats. It was taken at the PetSmart in Myrtle Beach. The same one where I first met Bad Cat Chris.
This is a picture of Abbey, Chris (Bad Cat Chris), and Tigger. Abbey is scolding Chris because he interrupted her nap with Tigger by plopping himself down between them. This photo is also a greeting card here.