Andy stopped by the glider. His plan: head to the guest bedroom.
One problem. He has to get by Dougy and Dougy looks like he won’t tolerate it today.
Andy is a patient kitty, so he settles down for a wait.
Is this Andy’s chance? Dougy’s more interested in a nap than defending his ottoman.
Andy decides he’d rather get some scritches, so Dougy (the human) knows to reach back to scritch him. [No scritch photo. Taking a photo is nearly impossible when scritching! Andy enjoyed the scritches, though, then ran back to the north bathroom where Dougy and he share the room together. Silly cats!]
Pussycat Sidenote: Mom says she spoils me, so she would certainly enjoy spoiling Andy and Dougy, too, if they needed a new home. But they won’t need one, ’cause you will be there furr-ever papa.
I just learned yesterday that the person who gave the kitty boys to me almost eight years ago is willing to take both back should I die or have medical issues that make it impossible to care properly for them. It is a big relief!@ She is a veterinarian technician, sdo I know things like Andy’s medication will continue to be given and the kitty boys will continue to live together. With my health issues, this is something that could easily come to pass. I makes me sad to think about it, but happy to know I needn;’t worry about their fate.
There’s always time for scritches. Winks.
So the kitty boys tell me!
Andy looks hopeful for some attention, and sure enough, he gets it!
He’s deserving of it. He is the angel kitty afterall!
Oh yes – my star! Dougy, sweetheart, don’t get jealous; I love you too!
Aside from being the naughty kitty boy,. Dougy his the comedian of the two. Andy is soooo serious all the time, but has a sweet nature just the same. Whern he purrs, you know it is a genuine joy he feels at the moment!
Andy is pensive; I’ve see it in your photographs, and Dougy is more childishly playful, but both are adorable, each in his own way.
They tell me to tell you “Meow!”
Meow right back to them!
I apologize for typos that seem to pop up more and more often. I need a new prescription for my glasses, I think, but I won’t be able to see an ophthalmologist until about end of September. I’ll make do with the old ones for now.
Oddly enough, when I had an old presecription, I thought that was why I had so many typos. Then I got a new prescription. Hmmm. Can’t see that they brought the typos into control!
We’ll see, come Fall semester, which is when I can make an appointment with our college Vision Center.
Silly cats, indeed. 🙂
Your boys have the life of Riley!!
I suspect they would have a tough life were I to pass before them. I do think about that possibility and how I’ve spoiled them in ways a new person might not care to continue.
I’m sure they will be well cared for (though I hate to think about you leaving), how could anyone NOT love them immediately!!?
Depends on how they feel about spoiled cats!@