This is Prinny. Prinny likes to swim.
She likes to swim so much, in fact, that she’s a regular attendee at a local swim center’s dog rehabilitation classes.
I’m sure she’s made lots of dog friends that way.
My old roommate played the theremin, and it is a lot harder than it looks. But this cat is doing a pretty good job. Please watch the whole thing, because the best part is the end:
Cats playing music for each other! I love it.
There’s something strangely mesmerizing about this video of one cat massaging another cat:
Here is what does it for me about this video:
1. the totally relaxed expression on the face of the receiving cat
2. the neck nuzzle when the cat changes positions
3. the fact that the receiving cat has raccoon eyes
I wonder if there was a happy ending . . .
This video gets truly adorable for me around 1:40, but the whole thing is awesome.
Kittens getting romantic! Is there anything cuter?
Earlier today, we watched cats and fish. Now we shall watch cats and meat.
It’s strangely zen if you watch it with the sound off, and strangely creepy if you leave the sound on.
Please enjoy these photos of adorably sleeping kitties from Dreaming of Kittens. These hold a special interest for me because, to date, Jon and I have only observed Jack truly and totally sacked out ONCE. I’m sure he sleeps when we’re not home, but even so, it’s a little bit strange.
But who’s cooler?
Last week, we learned how to massage our cats. Now it seems as though our cats were paying attention and have taken things into their own paws.
Okay, so this cat is massaging a dog, but humans could be next!
Also, they look completely different in the face, but this cat’s body looks so much like my cat Jack’s body that it’s freaking me out. And Jack does occasionally give back massages . . .