<<Ahh, she’s found me. And she’s got that ever-annoying camera with her again. Hopefully she just takes a few shots and walks on by.>>He’s actually the reason the other members of the trio found a new home. The human found him online first and fell in love with him just from his photos. He was the only one of the three who came near her that first night (he walked by twice and bumped her in the back). He’s such a delight (paw hiding aside). It’s hard to believe he was almost 4 years old before he was adopted and no one except his foster mom wanted to take him home and love him.
<<I’ll just look the other way. Making eye contact is the surest way to encourage her to come over and muss up my fur. >>Anyway, he’s been lounging in a different kitty bed of late — one with a lovely green blanket that picks up the color of his eyes. Don’t you just want to pick him up and bury your face in his soft fur? Hard to believe so many humans think mackerel tabbies are “plain” and “common.” They’re actually some of the longest-lived house cats.
<<So far so good. I’ve got 2 paths of escape if she starts trying to play with my feet. It’s so completely annoying that she won’t leave them alone. They’re ticklish. How’d she like it if I licked her bare feet and washed her hair? Come to think of it, I’ve tried that. Shampoo and conditioner really taste awful!>>
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