Tag Archives: cats

Soft lighting

Does the cat care that I stare whilst it lounges detached in a chair? Its eyes elucidate a sedate state of  tuna-induced kitty coma, as a lazy, limp paw plays possum,  dangling from a thick coat  shedding fur, licking light … Continue reading

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Cheshire forces

Two cats sit atop the sill and peer out our window, as nonchalant wind paws at brown curtains with unseen Cheshire forces. Warm summertime static of sun and birdsong stands fur on edge, alerting senses, shifting ears, eyes and attention … Continue reading

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Smile! It’s Saturday!

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Positive feedback

Plop down, relax, it’s Friday, the weekend is your squeaky toy, three days of catnip and nap to add spring in your step, purr and preen between clawing the scratching post and chewing protein, life understood through playfulness and positive … Continue reading

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Get off my back, Man!

This was one of the many awe-inspiring artworks on display in the King Tut exhibit at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, MT a few years ago. While this feline is probably transporting the Egyptian figure into the afterlife, … Continue reading

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One in nine lives

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Holly cat lays curled at my feet, her persistent preening, rough tongue cleaning, catching bunches of fur, her eyes shut savoring this sense of securely familiar. She proceeds to nuzzle her nose and ear…

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My Holly Cat!

My Holly cat! She’s all that and now out of the bag and onto your WordPress page.  It appears she’s posing like the Sphinx!  Who knew she was born of Egyptian nobility?

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Snoozing Izzy

A few nights ago, my wife and I took our beagle-corgie mix named ‘Izzy’ for a walk. The end result was a doggie belly up, dead to the world in her kennel. She is almost 5 years old and has … Continue reading

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One in nine lives

Holly cat lays curled at my feet, her persistent preening, rough tongue cleaning, catching bunches of fur, her eyes shut savoring this sense of securely familiar. She proceeds to nuzzle her nose and ear against my toe, re-marking her property … Continue reading

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Anonymous being

Time is gone and I have left, my face lies detached, long stares capturing the minutest of moments for miles. A glazed pear ripens on the deck chair, welcoming fruit flies which dine on its flesh. An auto accident, people … Continue reading

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