Post 2319: A test – find the Andy!

One of these five photos is of Andy. See if you can find him! The last time they were groomed, they came back looking so much alike, I sometimes have problems sorting them out!

Seriously, I can tell them apart mostly by behavior and feel. They have different colored eyes. (Andy – yellow; Dougy – copperish.) Dougy has a broader face, wider-spaced eyes. Andy has a curious kittenish look, yet always seems serious. Dougy is slim, longer bodied. Andy is a fuzzball shaped kitty! LOL! Dougy is very social. Andy is circumspect, yet happy with those he knows.

Actually, the more I look at the photos, I think there are two Andys. Or are there? Even I’m not sure. 

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33 thoughts on “Post 2319: A test – find the Andy!

    • Les photos du milieu à droite et en bas à gauche sont Andy! Je peux le dire (je pense!) Parce qu’il a une tête plus étroite que Dougy, ce qui rapproche ses yeux et ses oreilles de ceux de Dougy.

    • The middle right and lower left photos are Andy! I can tell (I think!) because he has a narrower head than Dougy, making his eyes and ears closer together than Dougy’s.

    • The middle right and lower left photos are Andy! I can tell (I think!) because he has a narrower head than Dougy, making his eyes and ears closer together than Dougy’s.

    • The middle right and lower left photos are Andy! I can tell (I think!) because he has a narrower head than Dougy, making his eyes and ears closer together than Dougy’s.

    • The middle right and lower left photos are Andy! I can tell (I think!) because he has a narrower head than Dougy, making his eyes and ears closer together than Dougy’s.

    • Actually, I bought them different colored collars but never used them. I decided not to make them wear collars since they are micro-chipped indoor cats. Dougy, however, got out once and spent about eight hours as a very cold, unhappy, terrified part time outdoor kitty boy. He was pleased to come back inside. (It cost me a $200 reward, but I was happy to give the young guy who found him the rewARD!)

        • It ewas alarming when it happened because I live close to two major roads. The fact he is a black cat and there are ignorant people was also a concern that he’d be harmed by one of these knotheads. Fortunately, he didn’t wander far, and was found maybe 30-40 meters away from my front door, shivering in terror behind a snow drift. He learned his lesson, I think. Or hope. He’d slipped out when I held the door open long enough to get my mail.

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