Post 592: Supper time…isn’t it?

The boys start in begging way before time for meals. I think their stomachs are on 4 hour days or something like that! Today was no different from every other day.

Dougy waited near the refrigerator.

Dougy waited near the refrigerator.

I got the mail first, so Andy had to check outside for supper...birds?

I got the mail first, so Andy had to check outside for supper…birds?

"Come on! Feed me!"

“Come on! Feed me!”

Andy waited impatiently near the place I feed them.

Andy waited impatiently near the place I feed them.

The boys eat a hearty fish dinner, then run off to lick their chops and clean their whiskers.

6 thoughts on “Post 592: Supper time…isn’t it?

  1. I think cats have never ending stomachs. They would eat all day if they could. A couple of weeks ago my cats conned my husband into feeding them (acting like they were starving) only 2 hours after I had fed them. I love the looks that Dougy and Andy gave you! So funny đŸ™‚

    • I had to laugh when I read your comment, Robin! Just this morning Andy helped himself to all the wet food I put out for both Andy and Dougy. Poor Dougy was somewhere else and missed the breakfast call, I guess. Since I put a probiotic in it primarily for a condition Dougy has, I had to put out more wet food to assure Dougy got the benefit of the probiotic. I’m not sure, but I think Andy helped himself again. I saw him hanging out by the feeding area at any rate.

    • Thanks! They are barely able to look out the door, which is why I have the little red chair for them by the back door. I should get something for the front door, too, because the neiughbor’s bird feeder can be seen from where Andy is in the photo.

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