I don't think we've ever done catblogging ...

Saturday, July 22, 2006


... until now.

(My oldest, Radar.)

9 comments:

Luther McLeod said...

And fine looking s/he is too. Is the red really there?

KG said...

Handsome cat. What about the others, eh?

terrye said...

Radar looks kind of Cheetah. But Cheetah is a princess kitty and royalty so I am sure that any resemblance is accidental.

Cheetah rolls over and plays dead like a {shhhh} dog. She is buddy pet.

Buddy Larsen said...

Cat is thinking, "Nice camera, but it is it edible?"

Seneca the Younger said...

Yes, that's a very close shot at the color. He's an Abyssinian, what they call a "ruddy" or "russet."

Actually, Buddy, he's thinking "would you let me sleep for God's sake?" That's the last of about eight frames as I tried out the new camera and flash.

terrye said...

He is thinking. What are you looking at?

Buddy Larsen said...

"radar" is a palindrome--somehow very cat-appropriate.
:)

Skookumchuk said...

Our cat, cat of many names, Skookumchuk among them, was sleeping on our bed hidden behind the pillows this morning, so no chance for a photo.

She then went outside to play in the greenbelt out back, so God only knows where she is. No photo op unless you wanted to do some kind of National Geographic photo stakeout. If I bought a $200 photo vest with lots of pockets and pretended I was in the Serengeti stalking lions, I could probably summon up the energy to do it.

Possibly the best opportunity to get a photo is during the 3AM feeding. I sleep all the way through it of course, but Skookumchuk simply stomps over me to get to my wife, then bops her on the nose to wake her up. So I suppose if I were to wake up too, and had the presence of mind to take the camera, we might get a shot.

I'll try my best.

David Thomson said...

There are pictures available of our cats. Unfortunately, the U.S. Post Office won’t let me remove them from the walls. The reward money is now up to one million dollars per feline.