Friday, April 25, 2008

Cat People...


I've heard from a few. Now, as it turns out, I am not just a dog nut, but also a cat freak.

This is a shot of my girls -- Fox and Socks (in that order), in their favourite habitat, under my bed. (Please note rare, no-dustball shot!)

The girls are twins, of course, but definitely not identical. Fox has a pointy foxy face (naturally) and is quite a bit tinier than her often cross-eyed, larger sister.

They are also, unlike Seamus and Silas, terribly camera-shy, so I'll make it a mission to try to get a couple of better shots of them soon.

In the meantime, for all you cat lovers (or lovers of Engineers, for that matter), may I suggest this small entertainment:




(Link added in case embedding doesn't work...)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHXBL6bzAR4


~kc

6 comments:

Jenny Graman Meyer said...

Wonderful cats! Funny video. Both of my cats are black, and one is tailless (long story). Both are boys. The tailless one was supposed to be a long-haired girl. The other, well, he was the only kitten that stayed awake when we went to my friend's house to pick out a kitten from her litter. Needless to say, he doesn't sleep much! {g} I get to pick out the next cat (an orange one, I think). But I can't imagine life without cats.

kc dyer said...

I used to have an orange cat, Jenny. His name was Red Adair. He was a fighter and a lover and GREAT example of the feline species in top form. I miss him!

~kc

A Novel Woman said...

I LOVE this!! I think I must have it.(g) Gotta love those engineer types. I have two in the house.

kc dyer said...

Dear ANW,

I knew you could relate! Don't you think he has a bit of 'guitar face' when he is corporally hugging the cats?

~kc

A Novel Woman said...

HAHAHA!! Love Guitar Face!

I'm showing it to Chris now since he leaves for the Great White North early tomorrow morning, and then I think it has to go up on my blog, with due credit, of course.

kc dyer said...

Dear ANW,

Is he going tree-planting? Godspeed to him, and the wind at his back. He is helping reforest and renew our poor, strained planet.

~kc