Here are the kitties trying out some new variations on the paw-dangling phenomenon that is so prevalent in this house.First you have the “twoferone” variation, which Caesar and Mac are demonstrating with grace. And then you have Caesar and Fireball showing us how to do the paw stack with double-swept reverse paw positioning. It’s a very sweet options for best buddies — especially when you have a younger kitty who mimics everything the older kitty does.Of course, here’s the Trio demonstrating the triple stack with the top two layers somewhat rearward of the lowest. Mac is contributing two paws to Caesar’s one (although he’s spreading his toes and extending his claws). Fireball is just ignoring the whole thing. This position is also a variation of the puppy pile with three kitties. Caesar was there first, later joined by Fireball. Mac had to mash herself between both of them as she always wants to be in the middle of all the action.
In all the decades the human has cohabited with cats, she doesn’t remember any group of felines who did this amount of paw dangling. They do it at any and all times of year, so it’s not just because it’s been hot and their feet are toasty.
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