They both say they love this new WFH routine. No more long car rides into the office. No more useless chatter at the water cooler. And since they are cats, they really dont miss the social aspect of the work place.
Here is Greg preparing for his up coming presentation to a new client...
Arnold just chased a fox out of our yard!
Sorry no pics, happened too fast.
We have foxes in our neighborhood. I see them as a threat to my cats.
As I am sitting outside with my boys (cats), a fox comes to the side gate and stares in at us. I am waiting for the fox to get just a little...
Greg is very pretty....
But im not sure he is very smart.
Here he is just 16 hours after having his paw stung by a bee. Fortunately "dad" was on duty and averted the crisis. In the first picture you can see the bee mid air. In the second picture you can see the bee's butt and stinger...
I was outside with greg and arnold this morning and noticed what appeared to be vomited worms on the patio stones. I dont know if it came from one of the cats. See pictures at bottom of post.
To me, the worms looked like common garden type worms. They were red (not white) and dead.
Originally thought to be a mythical creature, archaeologists first discovered images of these two headed cats in the (cat)acombs of ancient pyramids. The cats were thought to have been used to protect Egyptian Pharaohs as they traveled to the afterlife.
Latter it was believed, these rare...
The downside of having big furry cats, is they are quite happy to stay outside in the cold weather.
I have to stay with them, as we have coyotes around.
Greg is getting so fluffy in response to going out in the cold, he is literally turning into a fur "ball".
We havent even had our first snow flurry, but Greg is geting ready for winter.
In the fall I look forward to the changes of the colors of the leaves....and Greg's winter coat.
Show us your cat's beautiful fur. Lets see the colors, the plushness, the softness, fluffiness.
I was given a good sized quantity of fresh catnip. I want to give a little to the boys (cats), at a time.
I could just let it dry naturally over a few weeks and then grind it up and put it in a bag. But is there a better way?
"Gee Arnold, what do you think it is?"
"I dont know Greg, why dont you take a look and tell me"..(this is not actually a question as Arnold is boss)
"Looks like some sort of........magical fountain.......take a look"
"Theres no such thing as a magical fountain.........stupid"...
Any of you who have been on this forum for a while have probably read posts about my two boys...... Greg and Arnold.....see picture.
Both are large cats, arnold even bigger than greg.
Greg can just barely fit in a regular size litter box...it's obviously a squeeze, uncomfortable, but he can...
Im not a fan of flea collars. But if you had to put one on your cat, which one would it be?
My boys do go outside but are carefully brushed before they come in. The main purpose for their collar is to hang their identification tag from it.
Ok, ok, I admit, last night greg and arnold were being cute and i wanted to show off their pictures......so im starting this thread.
Having one cat is wonderful.....having two cats is even better......and multiple cats that have a relationship and share time together is extra special.
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This is a link to a short quiz that may help identify the type of breed of of you have. It worked for me!
What cat breed(s) does your cat look like?