Dougy’s proud of his handsome pelage. What he doesn’t know is he and Andy have an appointment at the groomers on November 6th…! (All the “stuff” on the floor in the lower right photo is cardboard Dougy’s scratched off his and Andy’s kitty lounger. So much for the notion kitties are “clean” animals. They will scoot on the carpet and knock over trash cans, too. I know. I know. I was shocked, too! You do know they butt sniff each other, too, don’t you? LOL!)
Dougy does have a proud demeanor! The video is hilarious, though; it’s as though he is stopping to say, “I AM very clean – don’t you see how thoroughly I wash myself!”
It strikes me that way, too, Dolly! I find Dougy hilarious anyway. I think of him as my clown cat, compared with the very serious Andy.
They seem to be two sides of the same coin, pensive and playful. Could you visualize them as children at school, fooling teachers all the time?
LOL! Yes, and spending considerable time after school in detention for acting up in class!
Ah yes, here you have detention. We didn’t have it, so it hasn’t occurred to me.
LOL! Besides, I bet you were a perfect child, never caused the teachers any problems! (I was, too!)
Oh yes, I was such a perfect child that I finished middle school with all A’s and a B in behavior. I was a tomboy of all tomboys, Doug!
I can believe the deportment grade, but an surprised you were a tomboy, too!
I am the oldest of my generation in a very large family. Everybody expected a boy, but they got a girl, so instead of being disappointed, my uncles treated me as a boy. I got the music and books from my mother, but I had to learn to fight and defend myself when anti-Semitic crowds ambushed us on the way home from school. I had played soccer with boys when girls did not play soccer in Europe and I had a motorcycle when I was in college.
And why are you surprised?
Good for you! At any rate, Russi’a loss was our (the USA’s) gain. Glad you made it to this country!
Thank you, dear friend!
That reminds me, Floki needs his nails trimmed and only the groomer can do it.
That’s one operation that definitely is worth spending a little money to have someone else do!
In Floki’s case, we have to because he absolutely won’t let us cut his nails.
Sounds like Andy.
Ah yes, the scooting on the carpet thing. When it’s a long-haired cat with a cling-ons, what a joy to trace the line and clean! 🙂
Andy tends to have “cling ons” when his hair’s long, but doesn’t scoot. Dougy doesn’t tend to have them, but he does scoot. One thing about it, I never eat anything that lands on the floor! LOL!
Oh boy. The evil groomer comith! Such handsome boys. 😻😻
They always look cute afterwards, though I confess to thinking they look much more handsome in full Persian hair.