You know by now Andy love, love, loves to block captioning on movies and programming on the television.
I haven’t the heart to tell him he’s just blocking the captioning on a commercial here. Good kitty!
Andy blocks English language films, too. The war is endless! So are the strategies for getting my kitty boy out of the way. (Yeah, I could get up and physically move him out of the way, but then I’d have nothing to post for you!)
The new floofy toy creates a distraction Andy can’t resist…
…for it mesmerizes him in place, a new place! Now I can enjoy the movie.
The fan “floofs” Andy’s tail while he sleeps.
Don’t play coy with me, kitty. Can’t you see there’s something happening on the screen and you are blocking the subtitles?!
Dang you Andrew James Thomas! I’m having a hard enough time following this Thai documentary without you blocking the subtitles!
Yeah, you, kitty boy. You!
Good grief! Can’t you take care of your precious somewhere else??
Maybe this is of interest… No? >Sigh!<
Andy takes another look at the television, then hops up on the stacked carriers for a nap. Blocking television subtitles is exhausting kitty work!
Andy stops by and perches on the recliner armrest closer to me.
I ask him “Who’s my kitty?” Does he want “kitty luv” or is he just spying on me in case I’m headed to the kitchen. (You know…will I pass by where >hint! hint!< the kitty treats are?)
Who knows? Maybe he just wants to be “scritched”. Andy is, if anything, inscrutable!
Oh yeah! Scratch his ears and he leans into the hand to increase the pressure. Andy is sure about one thing: ear “scritching” is good. Really good!
“Meee-yowwww!” Yes, Andy really, really, really likes this!