Tell me, could anyone refuse that face? This is our cat abbey, who is no longer with us.
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.
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 don’t know why but it seems like cats are drawn to purses like flies to…sugar. Does anyone else have a purse loving cat?
This image reminds me of a popular children’s book I had as a child called Are You My Mother, by P. D. Eastman. The actual picture is a mocking-bird that was harassing Chris several times a day. You can read the entire story here.
Cats are a continuous source of entertainment. This one spent some time trying to figure out how to remove the fake mouse attached to the inside of this toy.
This is Holly, the flying cat. You may remember her from “Levitation Involves Concentration” and others. If anybody else has, or knows of, another flying cat, please post a link.
This is our cat Puck who seems to have a fascination for sinks. We recently had to give him a bath, which he naturally hated, but yet he still climbs into sinks.