Post 1289: “Don’t go away mad, just go away!”

The kitty boys mostly get along. They are brothers after all and have spent their entire lives together except a few days when I first brought Andy home. They have their moments, though, just because!

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Dougy’s watching his brother closely. He’s getting too close to Dougy’s ottoman!

I put the laptop on the floor between the recliner and Dougy’s ottoman so both kitty boys could enjoy the squirrel and bird video. Dougy was more interested in what his brother had in mind than the video. Andy innocently crossed an invisible line!

Yeah! Andy got engrossed in the video and hopped down to look at the exciting images more closely. Dougy took offense because Andy stepped into the invisible boundary line around his territory, the ottoman! The chase was on! And Dougy took his poor brother down!

The chase ended in a standoff, with Andy on the computer desk (his territory) and Dougy holding him there from the recliner.

“…and you stay there, brother!”

For a short time Dougy held his brother there, then he wandered off to the guest bedroom to take his morning nap. Andy came back to the recliner and finished watching the kitty video.

Not to worry, though, because the kitty boys were best friends and brothers again after Dougy had his nap.

  

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22 thoughts on “Post 1289: “Don’t go away mad, just go away!”

  1. A little battle with a happy end about watching a kitty video! 🙂
    Sorry for the comments at the previous post. I use a laptop and I am not used to type on this keyboard .
    I wanted to say ” too much pleasure is killing the pleasure for Andy and Doougy” ! I succeeded this time .
    In friendship
    Michel

    • I have that problem with my laptop, too, but I’ve been using it much more lately and and and doing better on it.That said, I had to make six correction because I hit two keys at once!

      I agree with you! Poor kitties! Too much of a good time!

  2. Isn’t it funny how they have an invisible line that must not be crossed? One of my parents’ cats named Riley had what we called the “Riley Radius” that was not to be crossed. 🙂

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