Stanley likes to sleep, and he extra likes to sleep in spots that Nutterbutter has already haired up. He does not, however, like to be awoken.
Stanley hassles Nutterbutter a lot, but lately he also just hangs out with him in his various chill spots. We see this more a lot often now.
Photographing Stan is like trying to shoot of a pile of charcoal briquettes on a black tarp in a sealed antechamber of a cave. With no flash.
With all the walking Udo and I have been doing, I have to charge my watch more. Ever the opportunist, Stanley found a chance to pilfer.
The dog is rambunctious when he plays. The more he plays, the more chaotic he gets. He played a LOT this morning.
Udo stopped using his bed the minute we moved to California. Why does he ignore it? Doesn’t matter; Stanley has now repurposed that bed.
Stanley steals my office chair every chance he gets. He does not like to return it, and he makes his opinion very clear when I come back.
Being the lord of the manor, Stanley joins us for dinner every night. He sits on Brian’s footrest fuzzing at us as he waits for his tribute.
Oscar lives to roll and he has two modes: murder roll and love roll. The other day, Brian caught a shot of him doing both simultaneously.
Stanley also dislikes chore day because I move things around and his box forts disappear. He shows his dislike by making airplane ears at me.