It’s that time of year. Athena T. Cat has a fresh catnip sock. Forget getting any sort of intelligent conversation out of her.
Is there anything that does to dogs what catnip does to cats?
And no, she doesn’t seem to get the munchies after napping on her ‘nip.
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I had to pay a little this year. The revised allowable professional deductions got me.
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Athena moves with the seasons and the sun. My bed is no longer baked, so it has been abandoned for her favorite chair. (Her other favorite chair is full of books at the moment, so she’s down to one.)
I’ve mentioned before that once a month or so, Athena goes to the cat-wash. DadRed has mild dander allergies, and every cat that has passed through RedQuarters has gone to the groomers to get washed monthly.
This is called “a spa visit” or “getting detailed.”
However, one afternoon when I got home from work, I saw this:
I went shopping on Black Friday*. Pet stores are not overwhelmed with shoppers, at least not the ones away from The Mall. Continue reading
Catriangulation – the instinctive ability of a domestic feline to select a location that will block all movement in a room.
Don’t step on invisicat!