Yes, it’s “Kitty Food Time” but the kitty boys are deep asleep! Have they been having nighttime snacks or just getting less than their 16 to 20 hours of sleep?
Dougy’s wakes up first for a change…very slowly! Now he’s fully awake and Andy still snoozes. Will Dougy get more than his fair share of kitty food? Unlikely. Andy wakes up and hops down the instant I stand up to head for the kitchen. He’s my little piggy!
Incidentally, the phenomenon of the changing cat color is demonstrated very well in the two bottom photos. On the left, Dougy is in strong light; on the right, sitting on the recliner arm, he’s in a darker place six feet (183cm) away, illuminated by the same light.
Both he and Andy look the same in the same light, and, as I’ve mentioned before, I think of them as black cats. They could be different cats, depending on their distance from the light. Could it be that the adage should be “All cats are black in the dark”? No, because in bright sunlight, they look black again! So confusing.
Claude Monet said that in nature, there is no pure black color; it all depends on light. It is fascinating to watch, though, but The Adorables are gorgeous in any light!
I think so, too!
Not waking up to eat, they have still tummies full. The difference with the colors is quite fashinating, you seem to have many cats sleeping around.
It’s a theme lately. I guess we all just stay up all night too often or something.
The color change with the lighting is interesting. “Smoke” is definitely an appropriate color name for them.
That aspect of their color still shows after their spa day, which pleases me!
I’m hungry too! He’s somewhere between gray and black to me. 😻
In natural light,m they appear black…
how can you sleep when it is breakfast time? boys… grab your bowl!!!
They ask me that every time!