1-19-21 Tuesday

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In case you wondered what the back of Canasta’s head looks like.


She’s a goofy girl.


“You kinda weird, lady.”


Sure does love that scratcher!

Canasta has reached the stage of pregnancy where she tries to scratch under her chin, but can only get her back foot up as far as her side, so she kind of scratches the air. Watching her sit with her back foot scratching the air while she stares off into space with her crossed eyes is pretty funny – but of course once I’m done laughing at her, I scratch under her chin for her. I’m not a MONSTER.

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Oh, that Khal. He is just so MAGNIFICENT.


I haven’t been able to get it on video yet, but if Khal wants me to pet him, he sits and stares at me, and turns his head slightly to the side. If I don’t pet him, he turns his head more. And so on until his head is turned as far as he can get it, and then he peeps his high-pitched peep at me until I give in. How I have not squeezed him ’til the marshmallow fluff comes out his ears, I do not know.

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Previously
2020: JoJo’s watching squirrels with Uncle Archie.
2019: No entry.
2018: …rough, rough life.
2017: How Sheriff Mama (Kara) spends her days.
2016: Levine was all “WHAT IN TARNATION IS GOING ON?!”
2015: Corbie.
2014: No entry.
2013: No entry.
2012: Sights from around Crooked Acres.
2011: I actually think that Corbie will be okay at the adoption center, because he’s the kind of cat who takes his cues from the cats around him.
2010: “Who, US? We weren’t doing anything, honest!”
2009: From the terrified, practically-feral kittens they were to the kittens who actually seek out human interaction they are now, they’ve changed a lot.
2008: No entry.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.

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1-19-21 Tuesday — 11 Comments

  1. The difference in Khal from when he showed up to now is amazing! He wouldn’t even let you LOOK at him!

  2. I love that Khal has a little meep voice! My “tough” outside cat, fmr, a big ginger tabby, also had a little meep voice. Meanwhile, my other cat at the time, a skinny lanky tuxedo, had a voice similar to my current Siamese cats, always talking and howling. My boss has huge Maine coon cat that sometimes comes to the office to visit. He is easily twenty pounds (the cat; the boss weighs quite a bit more), plus glorious fur so he looks even bigger. And he has a little meep voice, too!

  3. Khal has come so far from the stray who wouldn’t let you near him. It just warms my heart so much. And the “pet me now, please” routine is adorable!

  4. Khal,

    What a feral fail,

    Would I be a monster if I want to see Canasta scratch the air? Followed by chin scritches of course.