Post 341: Catsquatches captured in blurry photos!

"Catsquatch found the food lure, and eats heartily. Rumor has it, there is a second Catsquatch. Maybe it will come to the other plate of food and I can get both in one blurry photo!"

“Catsquatch found the food lure, and eats heartily. Rumor has it, there is a second Catsquatch. Maybe it will come to the other plate of food and I can get both in one blurry photo!”

Dougy’s worked out a plan. Chase Andy before he eats (and gets his daily dose of medicine), then Dougy gets first shot at both plates of Catsquatch chow! As if catching that wee rascal Andy wasn’t hard enough…!

"No! While the second Catsquatch lurks in a dark corner (all the better to not appear in a blurry photo), the first one - the chunky one! - helps itself to the second plate of lure food! Will I ever see both at the lure plates at the same time?"

“No! While the second Catsquatch lurks in a dark corner (all the better to not appear in a blurry photo), the first one – the chunky one! – helps itself to the second plate of lure food! Will I ever see both at the lure plates at the same time?”

Speaking of Andy, he’s stretched out a few feet away from me as I type. Dougy is lording over him from the top of the cat tree. Can I catch Andy unawares? Whew!

Catsquatch Nr. 2 captured and wrapped burrito-style for administration of Catsquatch medicine! It was shockingly easy to capture the wary beast...! It now rests quietly on the beat up old computer chair next to my computer desk. I can touch it from here!

Catsquatch Nr. 2 captured and wrapped burrito-style for administration of Catsquatch medicine! It was shockingly easy to capture the wary beast…! It now rests quietly on the beat up old computer chair next to my computer desk. I can touch it from here!


Well, capture Andy I did. He is medicated and hanging out with me, the devil he knows!

Poor little Catsquatch! "Why do you do this to me," his eyes beg me to say.... Aw! "Little Baby Jesus must have looked so sweet...and fuzzy?"

Poor little Catsquatch! “Why do you do this to me,” his eyes beg me to say…. Aw! “Little Baby Jesus must have looked so sweet…and fuzzy?”

"I don't care if it's tuna-flavored. I don't like it."

“I don’t care if it’s tuna-flavored. I don’t like it.”

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8 thoughts on “Post 341: Catsquatches captured in blurry photos!

    • I guarantee I’m not in his good graces immediately after I give him his medicine! LOL! He’s a sweet, forgiving little guy, though, and it may because he associates the medicine with feeling better. I don’t know. At any rate, within a short time of this indignity, which I end by rubbing his nose, talking slowly and softly to him about what a good boy he’s been (which he actually is considering!), then letting him down to do kitty stuff the rest of the day, he comes over for more nose rubs or just to hang out with me by the computer.

      That look, though! I chuckle every time I see it because he does look like a little baby Jesus (no blasphemy intended…I’ll let God sort that out) once the nose rub, ear scratching, and head petting I use to calm him down after the medicine takes effect. He doesn’t make the sad little squeaky sounds he did the first couple of times I wrapped him up, so I don’t feel like a big bully when I give him medicine anymore.

    • Thanks! It is difficult to approach the adventures of Punchylandians, let alone bring a smile to the Professor’s face! Catching the little Catsquatch was even easier today than yesterday. (How soon he forgets!) Of course, it took some effort to unpry him from the Catsquatched leather recliner that I would have purchased covered in fabric had I known I was headed for a life with Catsquatches. Catsquatch claw marks in the chair give it character, right?!

    • All I can say is I’m glad Andy’s medicine is in liquid form! I had a choice of liquid or pill, and correctly chose the one I can get into Andy. My nightmare is one of the cats needing a medicine that has to be injected once or more times a day…. Ugh! ope it never happens

      • Actually needles are the easiest thing. You pinch the fur above the shoulder blades and pop it in. For some reason cats never have a problem with it. But yes liquid all the way. I’ve wasted tons of pills that they jusy spit out.

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