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Friday Cat Blogging

Inspection Tour

Friday Cat Blogging

You cats need to do some housekeeping!

[Editor: Molly, the ALPHA of alpha females comes by during the day to complain about all of the acorns.

Friday Ark


1 Steve Bates { 12.19.08 at 12:13 am }

It must have been Molly that awakened me before the crack o’ dawn Thursday, or maybe the ghost of my mother… either way, I actually got up and cleaned a few things that seldom get cleaned around here. No acorns, though… no oaks in the immediate vicinity.

Whatever her disposition, Molly is a handsome cat.

2 Bryan { 12.19.08 at 12:35 am }

She normally shows up at sundown to eat, but she stopped by a little early to sway some of the juveniles who came zipping up when I walked out the back door. I saw her through the window so I took the camera.

3 Rahel { 12.19.08 at 8:30 am }

Molly keeps her pretty white socks so clean — it’s obvious that she practices what she preaches!

4 Bryan { 12.19.08 at 10:22 am }

Having lived all of her 15 years as a feral cat, which includes being outside for several major hurricanes, it is amazing how Molly always looks so good.

5 jams O'Donnell { 12.20.08 at 6:50 am }

15 years old? she looks great for her age. I bet she rules the other females with a claw of iron

6 Bryan { 12.20.08 at 12:14 pm }

She doesn’t have to do much, as the subordinate cats take their cue from the local alpha, who definitely doesn’t mess with Molly.

She amazes me every so often with a burst of speed, and kitten-like playing with a leaf, when the mood strikes her.

7 oldwhitelady { 12.21.08 at 11:09 am }

Molly does look like she’s giving orders.:) I need her to come over here and order us to get this place cleaned. I have so much stuff that needs to go to storage, but no energy. What a pretty kitty she is..

8 Bryan { 12.21.08 at 12:10 pm }

She was a very cute kitten, but an absolute devil to get out of the engine of my truck, which was a favorite hiding place when she was small. Fortunately all of the contact made it possible for me to get her to the vet for the “operation”, which is a major factor in her long life span.