Waking up from a nap is just the most exciting thing in the whole world. . .
I feel it in my toes!
Filed under Action & Being, Animals, Cats, Effie, Photos
Tagged as Cat Euphemia, Cats, Life, Napping cats
What a HOOT! I needed that early morning laugh. So adorable!
Happy Wednesday! She’s off on her Effieland rounds now; she’s eaten breakfast and snubbed Halvor at the gate. . .nice life!
Yes our cats like to sit on the windowsill, all right up to a certain point until they want to jump down and take half the blinds with them…they’ve also had various cat beds etc. but they still end up on mine!
I think it’s the same with all cats–their favorite thing in the world is looking out of windows, watching things.
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Or trying to catch them…no more mice recently, but an angry sparrow that didn’t appreciate being brought in!
I can’t think what self-respecting sparrow would!
Quite…however, I’m not sure whether it was intended as a spot of breakfast for me or to show the other cats: ” Now, girls, this is what we call a flying mouse…”
Nummy. . . 😐
There’s plenty to go around, I’m sure Lily wouldn’t mind….!
Love the cat hammock-it looks sooo comfortable! Effie looks beautiful as always too!
She loves the hammock, which she inherited from Coolidge. I think her favorite thing about it is the window vantage. Birds flock in the yard and field outside; sometimes there are deer, or other cats. . . .
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