Dougy and Andy have behaved for several days now. Thank you Birbug wand toy!
We try to establish healthy routines, too, and wash up frequently…
…but, in these “Plague Days”, we all are watching too much television,.
“Hey, Andy! I can’t see through you!”
WordPress has an annoying way of tossing legitimate comments into the spam or trash folders. I apologize – for WordPress, how magnanimous of me! – if you are one of the victims of this business. I really enjoy comments from all of you and it is the “pay” I get for posting daily or mostly daily since I occasionally miss a day.
At least it looks like Andy’s watching the show.
He actually is. You can watch him and see he is reacting to things on the screen. I think he expects me to play cat games on the screen. If there’s anything that looks even vaguely like a cat game (things racing across the screen, like cars or people running), he definitely reacts!
Glad you all found some activities in play-gue time. We’re trying our best at alternative backyard agility in the yard at our new headquarters. Benji
Best wishes for keeping in shape for when you can attend agility competitions safely again!
Will do, the agility competitions will be a whole ‘nother ballgame here. Stay safe!
I can imagine the doggies expect you to make up for their play time! They are used to agility training after all!
Definitely, that’s why we invented alternative-backyard-agility 🙂
The Birbug wand toy comes to the rescue! The kitty boys look good, Doug. 🙂
We had a run of sunny weather here for a bit. Back to clouds and rain today.
Snow forecast for today, then nice weather the rest of the week…
It is astonishing, how often I find myself classified as spam comment … but not here, Doug, I have not commented in a while.
There doesn’t seem to be an rational reason for it, either. I find it tedious. (I really enjoy your posts, incidentally, though I don’t comment as often on them as I should!)
Sometimes I post the odd link in a comment, maybe they see that as a reason to classify me as a spammer
That could be.
Stay safe, Doug and Kittyboys! Being indoors drives me and Sunny kookoo, but it’s better to be well and be bored than the alternative. I couldn’t believe seeing my neighbor hold Easter dinner on Sunday with four guests in attendance. I’m sure she’s lonely and believes god will protect her (she’s a devout churchgoer—she once scolded me for working in the garden one Sunday morning instead of being in church), but she’s also opening the door to the virus in a community where most of the residents are over 70. Oh well. Hopefully nobody will get sick, and this plague will finally pass over us.
Sounds like a good person to avoid being around! I certainly would since I am highly vulnerable all the time, not just now. It’s unfortunate people fail to understand how irresponsible they are when they do things like she did. (I remind myself that “stupid” isn’t a requirement for being Christian, though many Christians seem so inclined.)
we hope at least WP will recover, it’s like a miracle that our pets accept the new rules much better than we people…
As species, they predate ours so have had longer to “wise up’. LOL!