They look like they're planning revenge for something. Forget to feed them?
The only decision they still have to agree on is wheteher to throw up a furball on your comfy socks, or your best shirt.... If they don't agree it will be one in each. Mwa ha ha ha....Cats always look like they are plotting revenge. It's only because they are.
None of our cats have ever been "payback"cats. I have known people that have cats with that behaviour though.The only decision they still have to agree on is wheteher to throw up a furball on your comfy socks, or your best shirt.... If they don't agree it will be one in each. Mwa ha ha ha....
Guess someone’s not going to be getting that Christmas jumper this year.
Indoor cats tend to have longer and happier lives. Our cats were from a shelter and had always been indoors. We just left it that way.Our three cats. The big long hair someone dropped over our fence. It took me three days to get him to come to me. Once I got him in the garage and feed he was fine. His name is Mr. Moto. The other two we rescued from a shelter. They had spent 6 months in a cage. They were practically feral. It took about 6 months before they were ok with us touching them. That was 3 years ago and now they want petted all the time. The black and white cat is Trinket and the grey one is Katness. Both are named after character's from the Hunger Games, whichView attachment 475627 is one of my wife's favorite movies. They are all indoor cats. Cats outside don't last long before the coyotes get them.
That is a truly awesome picture, the wide open f stop really makes it.This is Mister Blue Sky (aka Blue, Boo-boo, Booby-boy, and a bunch of other silly names). His mother was a rescue that ran off when she went into heat. She turned up later, *very* pregnant, and gave birth that night.
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For some reason, he decided he needed to sleep under the covers with me. He would also do this for naps.
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This is probably one of the best pictures I've ever taken. I shot it using a 35mm SLR with available light. Originally in color, then scanned and later made into B&W. The iris was stopped all the way down (open). This caused the depth of field to be almost nothing. If you look close, you can see that only his eyes are in focus, the tip of his nose and his ears are out of focus.
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He was the most easy-going and laid back cat I've ever had. He was very gentle and loving. I really miss him.