“Wake up! Wake up!”
Slowly, Dougy wakes up,..
More to do to get ready!
“Kitty Food Time”, something the kitty boys look forward to with great enthusiasm, can wait till Dougy is cleaned up!
“You ate it! That’s where it went, Drew.” Andy isn’t ready for “Kitty Food Time” to be over.
Dougy and I have a little morning routine. I try to update this blog, and he gets upset with me. Then I try to determine what he wants to do – brushing, which he love, love, loves! – wand toy, or lots of “scritching”. Being a long-haired kitty boy, that “scritching” is appreciated especially when I scratch that little spot between his eyes! (Makes him drool!)
Today, though, when I decided to sneak a GIF of me brushing him, he spotted a gnat flying by the lamp on the end table. He made his decision! LOL! But he didn’t get the gnat.
Andy and I have our morning routine, too. After the kitty boys have their breakfast, I give Andy his medicine, then treats.
Today, I changed our routine a little bit. I’ve been growing catnip in a kitty treat container Andy and Dougy emptied. It is just right for sharing with my kitty boys now, and Andy appreciates fresh leaf a whole lot!
Though Andy finds the smell of the fresh leaf overwhelming, he gets his kitty on, eats the ‘nip, which he love, love, loves to eat when I crumple it up, put it on the floor. RAWR! Fresh ‘nip! Good!
Being an introverted little guy, he doesn’t react in amusing, wild ways. Fresh greens, though, always are welcome in his world.
Andy corners me and tries to tell me something that weighs heavily on his mind….
“Whatsa matter, boy? Timmy in the well again?”
Andy isn’t amused. That joke wasn’t funny the first time.
“Look at the clock, sir.” (Andy is the polite kitty boy of the two! Dougy would just shout it out, mrow, mrow, mrow.)
“See what Dougy’s doing?” Andy asks.
“Oh! It’s ‘Kitty Food Time!'” So I prepare the wet kitty food for the kitty boys and hope Dougy hasn’t eaten too much dry kitty food or he’ll miss out on the chicken paté. Believe me, Andy eats it all if Dougy hesitates a moment!
You’ve “met” my Seattle sister’s kitty girl Molly before. My sister recently sent me the next photo of Molly. See if you can find her!
My sister wrote: “I panicked yesterday because I couldn’t find Molly any place in the house and knew [my granddaughter] had left the door open while going back and forth to the car. Eventually Molly walked out of my bedroom and I had looked everywhere in there. Today I discovered her hiding place. If you look at the center of my bed pillows, you can see a cat ear. Now I know!“