Post 473: very cozy arrangements

What a week! Andy scared Dougy, who scratched me trying to get away from my lap, where I was petting him. I called both cats “bad boys”, which didn’t faze Andy, who’s proud of his “bad boy” status! Dougy was upset for a day, though he slowly resumed his ways.

Yesterday, in fact, Dougy was very clingy, couldn’t get enough of me. For example, he took over my computer workspace and wouldn’t “scootch” over so I could use it without the constant pressure of a happy cat reasserting his claim on me.

I was glad the scratch episode is officially over. Dougy is, after all, my “good boy”!

When Dougy was a kitten, October 2011:

Dougy still thinks he fits where he did as a kitten.

Dougy still thinks he fits where he did as a kitten.

Now that Dougy is a big boy:

Dougy still wants to "scootch" up on my arm like he did when he was a kitten, but it takes some thought.

Dougy still wants to “scootch” up on my arm like he did when he was a kitten, but it takes some thought.

Gad! Somebody grew up to be a hunky cat!

Gad! Somebody grew up to be a hunky cat!

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6 thoughts on “Post 473: very cozy arrangements

  1. Now that is love and what a sweet, adorable boy he is. It always amazed me to see Alis kitten photos compared to present day photos. Hard to believe those kittens grow into such big love bugs.

    • Isn’t that the truth!? I just can’t imagine how small they are as kittens, something that becomes evident looking back at old photos of the boys when I first adopted them. That’s Dougy as a kitten in the photo that heads my blog, too. I think he must have been about the same age as in the photo of him sleeping with his paw on my hand, above. He still does that. An alternative sleep position is to roll his head backwards over my wrist. It looks uncomfortable (it is for my wrist!), but Dougy’ll sleep that way for a long time before shifting to another position.

  2. Aw! Dougy’s kitten pic is so precious! 🙂 His sweet face just melts my heart! I love how he loves you! 🙂
    My Cooper was so small as a puppy he could lay across my chest and fit. Now he is too big, but still wants to lay there. Ha. 🙂
    HUGS to you and Pats to Dougy and Andy! 🙂

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