Dougy came first. He heard the birds at the feeder across the lane.
Nothing much here to see! Just a plump, juicy house sparrow is all!
Maybe there isn’t much to see, but Andy still had to stop by to join Dougy at the front door.
Dougy notices Doug (the human one) sneaking over to the door, and he high tails it. (Well, “low tails it” because it’s more stealthy!) Andy, fixated on the snow by the door, doesn’t notice the drama unfolding…!
[Sniff! Sniff! Sniff!] Then a flurry of legs and hands, and Andy finds himself…
…wrapped in the white towel! He spots the medicine bottle on the table. This can only mean one thing!
Time for his blood pressure medicine, and once again he got lost in cat business, forgot to pay attention to what Doug (the human one) was up to. Yes, wrapped in the white towel, he’s about to get a dose of blood pressure medicine. ICK! Andy resigns himself to his fate.
After Doug (the human one) reassured Andy he was a good boy and massaged his shoulders and neck till the tension left them, Andy jumped to the floor for his kitty treats, then he hopped on top of his happy place, the blue carrier, to groom and reclaim his cattitude and self-respect.
All’s well that ends well. Later, Andy joined Doug (the human one) at the computer desk, where Andy snuggled into a little ball and slept the sleep only a cat can sleep. He slept there till “time to feed the kitties” time.