My theory is that she kicks that leg up whenever she sits down because it helps release the pressure on her abdomen and is more comfortable. I don’t know if that’s true, though. She just might be showing off her foot… or trying to clean her back end. (She cannot reach her back end and doesn’t like it when I try to clean it off for her, but I still do it about once a day because… well, it needs it.)
That wire rack has been next to my desk for years, holding my computer, printer, and a whole host of other things. I finally decided I needed something with doors (so that kittens couldn’t dig through all the junk I stash there), and once I had a replacement I decided to move this out to the back porch and see if the cats would use it if I put a bed on each level. Turns out, they will – as illustrated by Archie. They’ll use the top and bottom levels, but I’ve never seen anyone on the middle level.
2020: “Oh hey, look at that! It’s No Kittens O’Clock!”
2019: No entry.
2018: “Ma’am, we’ve had reports of people floating down here.”
2017: “LADY! STOP WATCHING ME! GET A LIFE! MIND YER OWN BEESWAX!”
2016: “Hey, lady, I think I felt the baby kick. HA HA HA SUCKER!”
2015: Toby, meerkatting.
2014: No entry.
2013: No entry.
2012: My seedshake brings all the boids to the yard.
2011: No entry.
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: No entry.
2007: And then he darted out the front door of the carrier. Because why would it occur to me to check to be sure that the front door was closed? THAT WOULD MAKE SENSE, STUPID.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.