I considered changing the title of this post to Whap, because that’s what occurred. Nutterbutter hits so hard his taps sound like whaps.
We put the small cat carrier on the couch to get the feline trio used to its presence. As you can see, the experiment was a success.
It’s overcast and chilly these days, which means prime sleeping weather. Nutterbutter is making the most of it in his heated blanket fort.
Nutterbutter makes it difficult to take my chair back when he claims it like this. He knows he can keep the spot longer when he’s extra cute.
I spent the weekend doing housework, baking, and developing a cool writing assignment for a very cool job possibility. Nutterbutter helped.
Nutterbutter has been enjoying morning snugs more than usual since the weather cooled off. He gets extra points when he can pin my hand.
Cooler nights bring more snugs for Oscar and Stanley, but it’s a rare day when they decide to hang out with Nutterbutter. Pics are required!
Nutterbutter has hit full snug mode early this year. The latest cold front might have something to do with this timing, but I’m good with it.
The cats like to have their dinner in the middle of the afternoon. If I don’t provide soon, they insert themselves into whatever I’m doing.
Nutterbutter has two favorite spots right now: my chair (freshly stolen, of course) and the top of the recliner. Relocation makes him grumpy.