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Friday Cat Blogging

I’m not the kitten you are looking for…

[Editor: This is a face shot of the kitten from last week, hiding behind a twig.]

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1 jamsodonnell { 10.05.12 at 2:48 pm }

Cutie! Presumably it believes that the foliage makes it invisible!

2 Bryan { 10.05.12 at 7:46 pm }

Of course it is invisible, Jams, that’s what it was told – hide behind something to break up your outline and stay still. It a gray scale world it probably works.

3 cookie jill { 10.05.12 at 10:31 pm }

What a cutie pie. He’s pretending he is going to grow up to be a big fierce tiger.

4 Bryan { 10.06.12 at 12:13 am }

He/she will grow up to be a small but fierce feral cat, which is a shame because with that face adoption would be almost automatic.

5 Kryten42 { 10.06.12 at 6:46 am }

Awww! That is a shame Bryan. I’d adopt him/her! Reminds me of my long gone ‘Misty’. Just the face anyway. Misty’s coat was more a uniform light grey with some slightly darker streaks, hence the name. 😉 There is a large orange tabby who lives up the street from here. When I go for my late afternoon run to the market, she’s usually waiting at the end of the driveway for her slave to come home from work, same time every day. The first few times, she was wary of me, but didn’t budge unless I got too close. Now I have to stop at the driveway so she can come and get her obligatory scratch and she can mark my legs (well, my jeans anyway). I know she’s marked me because our new puppy here goes nuts after sniffing me! 😆 I was thinking of taking her a treat, but I’m afraid she might decided to follow me home! 😆 The owner came home as I was scratching the cat a while ago. She stopped and got out and we chatted. She said she thought she (her cat) had a new *playmate* as she would usually go right up to her as soon as the car door opened for a scratch, but just waited by the house door swishing her tail, waiting t be let in and fed. 😆

Cat’s can be so fickle! 😉 😀

6 Bryan { 10.06.12 at 10:09 pm }

The itchy can’t be choosy, even among cats. As long as you have been marked as a member of the family, and can provide relief when it is necessary, you make the cut. OTOH, you can’t provide access to the house or food, so her primary servant has no worries.

You can hope that the puppy doesn’t decide to ‘overwrite’ the marking. 😉

7 Badtux { 10.07.12 at 9:58 pm }

Just out of curiosity I decided to see what the kitten would look like in black and white. Hmm….

Yeah, other than the white blaze, pretty invisible in a black and white world, and from a distance you probably wouldn’t notice the white blaze.

8 Bryan { 10.07.12 at 11:04 pm }

There are other white patches around her, so as long as she doesn’t move, they prey won’t see her. It even works for red/orange cats, like tigers.