For the cat lovers (aka "Requisite Kitty Picture")

Erich_H

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Layla chilling in her basket on my desk.​
 

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Stormy was photogenic today. Claiming another sack for her own:
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She drinks by dipping her paw into the water then licking it.
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And then a nap. I like how her whiskers are smiling:
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Erich_H

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She drinks by dipping her paw into the water then licking it.
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Mismet also does that!

But, when drinking water from the tap, she often puts her head in the running water and drinks what is running down over her head to her mouth.

Isis, on the other hand, rotates the bowl with her paw, before drinking...

Sometimes they both drink like normal cats do.
Everything to keep me wondering...

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Simba was the only partially normal cat living with me. He drank as normal cats do. He had other weird things going though. When I think about it, there's no such thing as a normal cat!

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And I miss Simba. Just over three months now.
 
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The girls after a recent visit to the vet.

Good news is that they both still have kidneys.

Bad news is that Lizzie had a UTI. They both had an antibiotic shot, and Lizzie is feeling better. Not as confused, and not walking around in circles nearly so much.

Heading for 21 y.o. in under 36 hours ... :) .

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Taken today. The latest in sleep exercise ... :rofl: .
 

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Photo of my cat, shot c.1972 (I was then teenager) with Minolta SRT 101. At the time I played a lot in the darkroom installed at my parent's house. And I enjoyed making solarizations...
This is a scan from the print I did at the time - nearly 50 years ago...
I like this photo in particular for the dark human-like shape that seems to be holding a glass. On the actual cat, this was white, and the glass is the cat's nose.

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Cats helping this morning....

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How do you get him to put his toys back in the box?
I've never managed to make my furfaces do that.
Taking them out is not a problem, though.
That's Ted's toy box. His morning routine is to use the scratching post and then empty the box. We moved it this morning and it messed with his head.
 

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Poppy chilling in the sun on the couch :)
 
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A neighbourhood cat enjoying the end of day residual warmth in the garden.
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