Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Saro, Jun 12, 2017.
It's from the Space Mutiny episode:
cats can have little a havoc, as a treat
Haku has made a tactical error involving a potted plant cover:
Haku is visibly more muscular (though not really in that photo because plant cover) since they got an automatic feeder for him that detects his pet identification chip, and then created an enclosure for it so only one cat can physically get close enough to eat from it while it’s open. He’s a very big cat but a real slow eater who prefers to graze. Poki, one of their other cats, has food insecurity because he was a stray, and will eat anything if he can possibly get to it. Getting everyone’s diet right took some serious doing. It just makes me so happy to see such resourceful people who like to use their resourcefulness on improving things for their cats.
Sometimes a family is two lesbian witchcats and their eleven tiny offspring
Long arms! Curled tail!
What talented architects these cats are
kitten academy time
Once my mum was working from home in her office one day and kept getting up to look out the window, because it sounded like someone was chainsawing trees down the street.
Nope, just Lupin fast asleep under her desk XD
The existence of this thread is a good part of the reason I decided to join. May share a picture or two of my cat in here sometime. She's a 7 year old gray tabby who I've had since she was found abandoned at about a month old (so yes, hand feeding was involved!)
mischief controlled via citrus
mirroring. i love them
trying to hatch potatoes
Reblog for good potato energy, may all your spuds be chitted swiftly and never rot
love how cats will just lie on things. bumpy and lumpy? no problem. weirdly draped halfway off a surface? it's cool. propped up in the corner of the couch? totally fine
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