CW: Pictures of a vicious, meat-eating beast.
When we end up going back to work in some capacity, I think our cat might have a hard time dealing with it. He has become accustomed to our constant presence, and seems to think it’s a good thing. In the last couple weeks, he has discovered that he does, in fact, very much like using people as a place to nap.
“I wish I could be half as comfortable as he spends the majority of his life looking” – Tegan, while I was making this post.
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Sean Boyd says
Oh wow, he is the spitting image of my boy (save that my boss had a little half-Kitler mustache.) He, too, saw me only as a heated mattress.
I see your owner treats you well.
Abe Drayton says
Well, he IS a saint, and while I’m generally suspicious of religious leaders, he’s good at the whole nonviolence thing.
A little too good. I could stand to have him be a little bit more violent toward some pests. When we first got him, after he regained his health, he was actually a competent mouser, but then he realized that he wasn’t going to stop getting food from us, and stopped killing or even injuring them – they were more fun when they kept running around.
WMDKitty -- Survivor says
D’awwww! ~boops nose~
He’s a handsome boy!
Tegan? So that’s where she ended up after her journeys in the Tardis…
Abe Drayton says
@blf Funny you should mention that – when I first met her, she commented on the fact that I got both the spelling and pronunciation right, despite having never heard of Tegan and Sara.
Dr Who was the reason!