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This is a discussion on Who runs Your house??? within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; There are three cats in this house so who runs this house? I have brother ...
There are three cats in this house so who runs this house?
I have brother and sister,Flick,the tortie and guess what color Sterling is
They were born on August 25 laet year at 0630.Unfortunately I buried thier mother about 5 weeks
ago.Flick will not let me sleep in in the mornings.As soon as the alarm has gone off she is there trying to dig me out of the bed like a dog would dig a hole.
And then there is Coco also known as the king,he choose my son about 4yr ago when he just strold up the steps.
just got pic of them sitting on the same chair
What beautiful kitties, orchid-man!! Sorry about the mom, glad she left you the precious gift of her babies.
Aren't Kitties the BEST? Flick and Sterling look like they are quite devoted to one another.
Thanks for the thoughts.They were a birthday pressie from her.Originally Posted by Tmai
Cin they are very devoted,but I have keep an eye open while sleeping as Sterling will come in all smoochie and start poring my face
Nice kitties, Murray!
I've long since relinquished my rights for a good night's sleep. In the winter, Tom (Cat) sleeps between my feet. Teka likes to stay warm, and as soon as my right arm extends...flop! She's nestled in a ball on top of it (pinning it for the remainder of the night. It's sort of a crucifix torture position by morning.
In nice weather, Tom likes to go out between 4:30 and 5 am. He'll hop up on the nightstand and maul whatever book I'm reading, until I'll stumble in a sleepwalk to let him out. About an hour later he'll be sitting in my herb box (6" through the window from my head), banging on the screen to come in. Teka, meanwhile, wants my head and pillow out of her way so she can listen to the birds. If I don't oblige, I awaken to find her sharing the pillow and 1/2 pound of her fur stuck to my face. (Sometimes she grabs the pillow for her own while I'm letting Tom back in.) No question who's trained whom!
Gotta love 'em! Prrrrrrrrow!
I dont have to get up to let them in or out as they have thier own door.
I suspect that even if mine had their own door, they'd still insist on the personalized service!
they are like that
they rule us
My next trick is to go out and see if Theres more frost damage to my orchids,7 frosts this week
Thats the total for all of last year