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Thomas Tuesday.

Thomas shows off his awesome paws.

A Dennis photobomb (he was rolling around in my lap).

Thomas and the feather teaser.

Pretty boy.


He’s got a bit of a crush on the Furminator (you can see a bit of the yellow handle.) He was laying there rubbing his face against it, then turned to look at me.

Swingin’ for the feather teaser.

He likes playing with the FroliCat Pounce, but he also likes using it as a pillow.

Livia, keeping an eye on Thomas.

And again.

Thomas keeping an eye on Dennis.


It’s a can of Tommy!

Silly boy.

(For the record, that tuna can cat bed is the same one that’s in the foster room now. When I first set it in the kitchen, all the permanent residents thought it was awesome. After a day, no one was interested, so off to the foster room it went.)


2013: Meet the Dragons.
2012: No entry.
2011: Do you just get lucky with the pictures or do you take thousands daily?
2010: Prince Corbett.
2009: Such a big baby – he was whining at me because I wasn’t petting him enough.
2008: “We iz sleeping pls leave alone thx.”
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.



5-6-14 — 10 Comments

  1. Thomas is such a cutie!!!

    I love that toof sticking out in the photo of Tommy!

  2. Thomas is a very handsome cat, that’s for sure! And that tuna can cat bed is the cutest thing I’ve seen in the way of cat beds in a long time!

    Unrelated to this post: Robyn, a little while back you gave me some advice with regard to my senior kitty with cataracts who would dip her paws in the water dish to see where the water level was at and subsequently get litter clumped to her feet because her paws were wet.

    I wanted to let you know that I took your suggestion to put something floaty in the water dish (I cut a straw into 1″ pieces and put two pieces in each water dish). I also bought a raised dish (the stainless bowls sit in an elevated framework). I am very happy to report that she no longer dips her paws! It’s working out very well & is such a huge relief that I just wanted to thank you very much for your help!

    • That is awesome news!!! Robyn is brilliant! We all need to keep this one in the back of our minds for when our sweet seniors get to that stage!!!

  3. OMG – the tuna can bed ROCKS!!!

    Seems like no one can be trusted in the foster room – everyone is keeping on eye on everyone else…. 🙂

    • Too funny. That’s what I thought too about everyone keeping an eye on everyone else! I guess that’s what happens when the foster room is populated with kitties of different origins (that is, not from the same litter).

  4. I’m curious about how all the kitties do with the Furminator. Are they compliant or do they put up a fuss? Any tips on how to successfully Furminate a kitty? Only one of mine tolerates it to any efficient degree. The others either slink their bodies away from it or just flat run off.