One of our cats use to wait in the shadows for sissy to walk by. She would then jump onto her legs, behave like a mini chainsaw and the high tail it elsewhere! Very scary! It was payback, I'm sure, for all those times she dressed the cat up in roll clothes ;)
I never had a cat of my own, but my neighbors cat Smokey adopted us, the year my husband and I bought our first little house. Every morning he would greet us at the front door as my husband left for work. Somehow he would sneak by and refuse to leave, finding the most comfortable spot, which was usually our bed or a basket holding the latest afghan I was crocheting at the time. He was a gray kitty with a snaggle tooth and was the sweetest cat I've ever known. He had more personality in one little claw than most people have in their whole body! As a young newlywed, he kept me company all day. I miss the old fellow, yet I'm so glad I the opportunity to get to know him and be his buddy. :)
We've been cat owners for just a few years now and I am still amazed - daily, at the unique personality of a cat. They are truly amazing animals!I love Wookie's markings!
That is hilarious. We've been talking how Sasha and Storm thought they were human but Miss Victoria is "all feline". She has been known to stalk us and jump out when we least expect it!Wookie is so handsome, I think Victoria would swoon.
Hmmm. You think Shelley may have been a wee bit paranoid? Wookie is a cutie. You sure she doesn't want a playmate or two?
Thanks for dropping in on the farm today! I enjoy your comments! Warmly, Matty