…the fly will fly. Well, not as catchy as “…and the mice will play”, but same principle.
Dougy was around earlier…
…as was Andy. But the fly was hiding elsewhere.
Yeah, as soon as the kitty boys left, the fly was back.
Today is Dougy’s and Andy’s 9th birthday. Their gift this year is I’m leaving them alone. No photos to be taken. They get to let their hair down and do nada. Here’s a repeat photo from yesterday when the kitty boys were doing what they do so well, hunting bugs!
Yes, today is a big one up north, too. Happy Canada Day to our Canadian friends! Andy and Dougy feel honored to share their big day with Canada!
It is peaceful moment and I decide I’ll “scritch” Andy while he’s nearby.
Uh oh! Andy bolts. I surmise it’s because there’s a French movie on the television and he wants to block the captioning! But…
…Andy spots Dougy and it looks like he spots a bug! Dougy does a bit of posturing on the end table – no bug!
Dougy moves back to the kitty lounger. Andy quickly ends up on the end table. The next few minutes are fraught with anxious scanning of the room. There must be a bug here! There has been every day forever! (Amazingly enough, today is bugless and the kitty boys return to other important kitty business, their morning naps.)
Dougy is minding his business when…
…he spots another bug. (upper left)
I shoo it off the ceiling, it lands on the lampshade, where Dougy…
…spends the next few minutes frustrated that it doesn’t move. When I bop the lampshade to make it available to my kitty boy, it falls on the floor and escapes to bug Dougy another day.
What Andy doesn’t know is…
…you can’t block out news programing captions lying down!
See? You’ve done it before.
Andy relaxes while blocking television closed captions and the remote signals. All that floof mutes the sound, too! What a prime kitty roost! Momma Cat would be proud.
Of course, he’s always alert for a spider on the wall since miller season seems to be slowing down.