- Signature courtesy of the very talented Aveline -
Finally brought our cats home from the Vet. One of them wanted to show me how much they missed me. I apologize for the quality took it with my 3DS was the only "camera" handy at the time <.<
I love cats! I have 5 cats.
My oldest cat and most loved one is 16 years old. She's black and crazy. She loves chicken and is aggressive to the other cats in the house and after she gets her food (she gets hers separately) she goes to the kitchen to eat the other cats' food... you know, I am starting to think I shouldn't have mentioned she was black, my cat is like a bad stereotype lol... but I love her.
I will return with pictures later.
I have my 5 and a half year old Aegean cat TJ who was born and raised with the litter in my shed. He is very shy but if you let him come to you he is very friendly and attention loving <3
Saw this and just had to post it:
via The AtlanticFor cat owners, the scene is all too familiar: You sit down to finally (finally!) get some work done, and along comes kitty, here to stroll across your keyboard.
Now, via medievalist Emir O. Filipovic, evidence that cats have been up to this same mischief for six centuries: inky pawprints, gracing a page of the 13th volume of "Lettere e commissioni di Levante," which collated copies of letters and instructions that the Dubrovnik/Ragusan government sent to its merchants and envoys throughout southeastern Europe (Bosnia, Serbia, Croatia etc.), according to Filipovic -- sort of a 15th-century Federal Register. The particular document that the cat got its paws on dates to March 11th, 1445.
So my cats are feeling better after their fun getting fixed. Now my cat (who is really small) is bossing my grandfathers cat (Thing is like a mini bear he is huge) around the house. It's fun to watch.
That's a very nice cat. It's female, right? She has nice eyes.
Yeah her name is Holly.
She hates Maths work
(This happened every morning I tried to revise maths over christmas >.> )