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Friday Cat Blogging

Ringo Does DeNiro

Friday Cat Blogging

You talking to me?

[Editor: Ringo kept tensing then relaxing as a moth had entered the house. She finally leapt and eliminated the moth, while sparing the lamp…this time.]

Friday Ark


1 Modulator { 10.06.06 at 2:14 am }

Friday Ark #107…

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2 jamsodonnell { 10.06.06 at 8:07 am }

Lovely photo Bryan! Ringo is so handsome

3 Karen { 10.06.06 at 8:28 am }

Shiny Grey coat…No Black v White here. *wink*

4 andante { 10.06.06 at 9:30 am }

Only a moth could make a cat focus so intently on something other than that shiny-flasy-thingee in her servant’s hand.

5 Steve Bates { 10.06.06 at 9:42 am }

What an intense gaze! You know she must have been stalking something.

Decades ago, I came home once in the middle of the day to discover that my housemate’s middle-aged spayed female cat, a cat who never caused any trouble, had knocked over an antique lamp, shattering the bowl all over the floor. Eventually, I found the cat, hiding behind furniture, bearing a wide-eyed look. Then, just by chance, I saw the cause of it all: a small green lizard scooted away from the base of the broken lamp. What cat could resist chasing it!

6 Bryan { 10.06.06 at 10:21 am }

It was a lucky shot as she not only decided to plop down on the table directly in front of me, but looked slightly away before the flash went off to avoid “laser eye.” She did decide that my shoulder was a good place to land before launching herself at the moth behind me.

7 The CultureGhost { 10.06.06 at 12:08 pm }

Ringo is becoming more beautiful each month. Is the tail still a yard long?

8 Bryan { 10.06.06 at 12:33 pm }

CG, that tail is a source of pain, literally. All cats will chase their tail, but she can catch hers and occasionally gets carried away and bites it.