The cats like it, too.
The door was only open long enough to get the mail and when I turned back around to close it, the two smallest cats had already staked their claim and passed out happily in the warmth.
On Sunday, there was a reception at the CAG for their Easter Art show. Not having a piece in the show and cherishing my weekend workshop time, I wasn’t going to attend. But, a friend sent me a picture of the cake she made for the event (an adorable, giant, bunny shaped confection) and asked that I make an appearance, with a hat. Apparently there was a fancy hat contest, too.
Conveniently, this gave me a place to take most of that banana walnut loaf we wouldn’t be able to eat.
When I left, this is what The Captain was up to. Sunning his belly, stretched out in the doorway. I took the side door so I didn’t disturb this cuteness.
My outfit. It was too sunny to wear a black sweater, but it matched the hat so well and protected me from the sun, so I did it anyway. My hat is a concoction of tulle, feathers, springs, fluff, and a clock face on a tall, velvet bowler.
The event went as expected. I’m not involved in shows at the CAG anymore, so it was mostly and hour of chatting with a few folks, snacks, and on my way.
Nora is our craziest cat. She is the biggest, but won’t fight the other cats when she should. I could make a long list of her crazy behaviors, but you get the idea. She also might be our sweetest cat, when she’s alone with people it is nothing but loving and purr. She even has a double purr, where she’s purring with a low and high pitch at the same time. Nora loves the love.
Oz is not a cat to snuggle with other cats, but he is a pretty deep sleeper, for a feline. The Captain can sneak in and steal a bit of snuggle.