Post 727: race horse…

I don’t know what got into Andy this morning, but he was racing around the apartment like a 10 pound Secretariat.

He hopped. He pounced. He climbed. He teased his brother, Dougy. Andy was possessed!

Ain't Andy a darlin'...?! He even took time out to rest a little between races.

Ain’t Andy a darlin’…?! He even took time out to rest a little between races.Β 

Dougy was more circumspect. Not very Dougy like, but even Dougy takes a break from play sometimes!

It was nice of DOugy to let Andy have play time without Dougy interrupting and taking over.

It was nice of Dougy to let Andy have play time without Dougy interrupting and taking over.

It always heartens me to see Andy have fun because he is such a serious little guy.

Now, time to catch the little rascal to give him his blood pressure medicine, but I don’t think the odds are good for capture today.

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    • LOL! How true! Before I had the boys, I had Louie the ginger cat. He was an older rescue cat when I got him, but he still did this tearing around business from time to time. He weighed nearly 24 pounds, so he definitely was a threat to health and safety if you didn’t get out of the way!

    • I like that description! That’s exactly how it looks. You can tell the kitty’s all pumped on Adrenalin and his ear’s are pasted back in anticipation of the pounce!

        • There’ll be times both boys become alert, looking in the same direction toward something I can’t see or hear., It’s kind of creepy! On the other hand, they serve as a distant early warning system for things like when the mail is going to be delivered or a package delivered because they run to the door to “greet” (i.e. “snoop on”) whatever or whomever might be there. I mean, there could be a new cardboard box in it for them, eh?!

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