Post 1116: Friday starts off slowly…

Andy thought he was getting away without his medicine tonight, but what happened was I fell asleep. Once he hopped up on the stacked carriers next to the recliner (“the kitty highway”), fell asleep himself, he didn’t notice I was now awake and stalking him!

He took his medicine like a big boy, so I rubbed his ears, muzzle, and nose, then gave him his kitty treats. He met me at the spot where I pass those our. Believe it!

Andy's watchful now!

Andy’s watchful now!

Dougy, on the other hand, just lazed on his ottoman, amused, I think, that Andy “got his”, but all he got was lots of scritching and nose rubs every time he hopped on the recliner arm.

Dougy's satisfied to be left alone.

Dougy’s satisfied to be left alone.

People visiting me are warned that if the sit in the recliner, they will be pestered to death by kitties hopping on the back and arms because, as noted, this is the kitty highway.

22 thoughts on “Post 1116: Friday starts off slowly…

    • I’m finding that I can catch him easily if he’s been sleeping on the carrier, so I sit in the recliner – at great risk since it is the cat highway… – and snatch him up with minimal effort. Then, since he is sleepy, he resists the medicine a bit less. Of course, I can wrap him in a towel I keep handy. Semi-immobilized, he’s even easier to medicate!

  1. Our cats think where ever we rest is the best spot, Smokie (mid age man) will sit on my husband even if he has to push away coffee or computer to so so, Echo (old lady) also loves her Daddy best. Orion (kitten boy/tiger) will sleep anywhere on me or the dogs his preference is me and the cavalier male. Pixie (Smokie’s littermate sister) sits next to, she’s a delicate princess.

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