Daisy prefers sleeping in my computer room on the daybed as I'm blogging. Other than on my dirty, stinky tennis shoes, Daisy prefers to lay on Moosley, the brown moose. Daisy can always be found here if I'm here. Daisy is an unusual cat as she doesn't like to be petted, but she has to be wherever I am and if I touch her tail she will begin to purrr.
Now...this is Jybow's favorite place...on Jimmy's lap while he watches TV late at night. Hopalong has to be by his side and occasionally, both cats want to be on his lap at the same time. Sometimes Jimmy just gives up and lets the cats have the chair.
This is the Wildcat, so named because she is approximately 8-10 years old and has always been very wild until this past year when SHE decided that she would allow touching. It started with leg rubbing and last week she surprised Jimmy by slowly climbing on his lap while he was sitting on the swing. Another big surprise happend a few days ago when Jimmy & Brian were installing a radio on Jimmy's bike. The Wildcat jumped on the saddlebag and went to sleep and didn't even get off when they rolled the bike outside and started it up...Mind you, Jimmy has very loud drag pipes on his bike...way to loud for me! We were so amazed that I made a video of her sleeping while the bike is running...They even turned the music WAY up and she just bent her ears in dissatisfaction...I guess she doesn't like country music.
The kitten in Rusty's food dish is not my cat...well, neither is Rusty the dog. They belong to The Four Bears in the Woods. I just took the picture while I was visiting. The kitten was sleeping in the food dish but now it's using it for a bathtub. I think it's washing up for supper...Rusty's supper.
It started out rainy & cold this morning, but I see the sun has come out while I've been in here blogging.
Jimmy went back for a post op exam with his eye doctor this morning and it seems that his eyesight in his left eye has been restored to normal vision, so they are considering removing the other cataract from his right eye. He has an appointment in 2 weeks to see the eye surgeon and if the surgeon goes ahead and removes the cataract, then Jimmy probably won't need to wear any corrective lenses...no contacts or no glasses. That's only if the next eye does as well. Right now we just have to wait until Jimmy sees the surgeon.