We moved the cat carriers to the bay window so the cats can continue getting used to them and still enjoy sunbeams. Stanley says it’s a win.
Stanley woke up as I took pictures of Oscar the other day. The result is a picture of a cute tuxedo with a butthead.
Stanley lounges with authority and always looks luxurious while doing so. He usually shares my lap with Oscar or Nutterbutter. Grudgingly.
We left the dining room table in its Christmas configuration after putting away the tree because it gives us extra space for move prep.
I flopped in the floor for some choice Oscar-in-a-sunbeam shots the other morning. Udo helped, of course, so I also captured him being regal.
Oscar takes his guard duties very seriously, especially when we go in and out of the house repeatedly. During move prep, this happens a lot.
Oscar loves the burrito blanket that Brian got me for Christmas. He spends most evenings lately crashed out on my tortilla-clad lap.
The post-training snugs continued as the weekend came to a close. I was once again trapped under a pile of snuggly cats: oh, the felinity.
We started training the cats with their carriers this week so they’ll be more comfortable with travel during the move. They kinda like them.
Nutterbutter barges onto my lap at every opportunity these days. He’s seen moving prep before and is getting his snugs in while he can.