Congestion on the Outbound Cat Path

14 Sep

My cats decided to both lay down right next to me, which is odd, because normally one tends to pounce the other if they’re that close. But just wait…

I’m afraid I’m not particularly inspired today, so my post is just a cat picture. The white one is named Odys – short for Odysseus, because we found her as a baby on her own, far from her… nest? Then we found out she was a girl, didn’t feel like renaming her, so shortened the name. The brownish one is Ramon, whom his previous family needed to remove because they were getting another dog.

(Pause) Yeah, I said that correctly; I didn’t get it either. Ramon’s brother went for a walk one day (because tomcats like to patrol) and never came back. (Probably coyote dinner.) After that, I guess they figured there was no point keeping the other cat. But he’s been a happy member of our family for some time.

Like cats? Hate them? Tell me your cat story in the comments below! Sorry for the post today, but as I said, I’m not particularly inspired.

4 Responses to “Congestion on the Outbound Cat Path”

  1. Silk Cords September 14, 2020 at 2:12 pm #

    Still better than my recent post where I had nothing and just posted a pic of a cat with a pancake on it’s head, LOL

    They’re cute too. 🙂

  2. Jo September 14, 2020 at 11:18 pm #

    Well, I’m a dog person. I still don’t understand why Ramon had to go. There are lots of dogs who accept cats.

    • albigensia September 15, 2020 at 5:59 am #

      Neither do we – but we’re glad to have him in our family.

      • Jo September 15, 2020 at 6:01 am #

        All’s well that ends well. 🙂

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