I’m a little shadow – wherever mom and dad go in the house, I have to follow them around. So naturally, when they’re cooking dinner I’m right there beside them (usually on the counter). Yesterday I was helping them by watching over the tomatoes and making sure they didn’t roll away – a very important job in the kitchen. I don’t know what they’d do without my help!
It’s true friends, on Saturday I officially entered the terrible twos! I celebrated with a bowl of my favorite moist food and by immediately tearing apart my birthday present (a new scratching post – see photo evidence). It was a great day that also included lots of mommy cuddles and nap time – I couldn’t have asked for a better birthday!
So last week mom had a photo shoot (she picks out and styles the clothing for fashion shoots) and I helped her! Well, I sat on a stack of clothes and watched her organize things. But I don’t think she was too happy when she saw my new “resting spot” on top of the garment bags. But it just looked so comfy and I wanted to be involved! Everything was solved though by her locking away the clothes in another room and rewarding me with treats for all my hard work.
I’m trying a different point of view today…I’m going to look at everything from upside down! Getting a new perspective on life, ya know? For example, I never realized how interesting the ceiling could be! I found a bug up there, as well as spots of light that move across it as cars go by the window. I also find it quite comfortable and relaxing…in fact, maybe it’s time for a nap. This new perspective can be exhausting!
Hi furrriends! Sorry I was MIA for a bit, I went on vacation and forgot to let everyone know I was taking a little blog break over the long weekend. But have no fear, I’m back!
Mom and dad went to a wedding in the Florida Keys, so I got to go stay with grandma and grandpa in the East Bay (I have two sets of grandparents, and probably the easiest way to differentiate them is by locale: Wine Country and East Bay). Their golden retriever Mandy and I have become pals, so I was excited to see her. And they have lots of great baskets and chairs to nap in. Sometimes I take a little time to warm up to people, but by the end of my vacation I was following grandma around everywhere and bumping noses with Mandy every morning to say hi. I’m going to miss them, but am excited to see mom and dad! Grandma was nice enough to take these pictures of me on vacation so I could share them with you!
Wait, who is this?! It’s an imposter! It’s not Feline Friends Friday yet! Ohhhhh, mom said it’s Prissy, one of the cats from the cat cafe she went to over the weekend (traitor!). I guess she wants to give a little sneak peek of what’s to come soon in her review. Well, I’ve gotta say, she is pretty cute. And I’m in the market for a girlfriend…I guess I’ll let her guest star on the blog today.
To follow-up yesterday’s tongue post, here’s another one for you! And appropriately appearing on #TacoTongueTuesday, which is a popular hashtag in the cat social media world (we have yet to figure out what it means, but we’ll hop on that bandwagon). Maybe we can start a new one…how about #TuxieTongueTuesday?! For all the tuxedo cats out there? Or better yet, I’m calling today #TuxTongueTuesday!