Andy, may I have some quality kitty time with you?
“Not now. I have important kitty business to take care of.”
> Lick! Lick! Lick!<
I never lose my fascination with the catview of life! Andy teaches me new things all the time. Sometimes I feel like a Jane Goodall trying to learn what makes a kitty boy tick.
Andy teaches you, all the time ! 🙂
He actually does, Michel!
I think that’s what generates our endless fascination with cats.
A lot of truth to that, Dolly!
Yes, Andy looks like he has business to attend to! I loved the Jane Goodall comment! It does feel that way sometimes. There was an old cartoon I cannot find now that showed a field researcher dressed like someone right out of National Geographic, including a safari hat, down inside a rodent burrow making notes, the last of which read something like “These little rodents have finally accepted me as one of their own”.
LOL! I recall that one, too! I recently saw her on television, which was fun since I’ve followed her since her first mention in National Geographic and her first book.
I think we’ll be studying our household cats forever, with no clear answers …
I hear you and feel your pain, Leah! LOL! Andy continues to surprise me.
That 1st pic looks redonk… like his head is as big as his body.
I have mixed feelings when cats do “Bill the Cat”
That ugly lion cut gives his head that look. Under the “floof” is a head that’s proportionate to that little body. That photo gives you a sense of how small Persian kitties are – 10-12 pound males are usual.
You call it IKB!