Who says black cats are colorless? Even on a persistently dull day, Mimi’s eyes are bright as is her matching collar.
And the matching moss on my deck railing. Well, I’ll get to that.
Mimi was supervising a photo shoot today, best done from above so a supervisory cat can frown down on the human. She learned this from her mentor, Cookie, who held this position previously and bequeathed it to Mimi.
I discovered something today about Mimi—she’s a little concerned about dogs. My neighbor whose yard backs mine has a boxer named Cooper, and because the yard is not fenced Cooper is on a long leash when he goes outdoors to use the Green Room. Mimi was headed down the steps of the deck to follow me, but heard the jingle of Cooper’s leash and turned right back around to observe from the deck even though Cooper had looked at us and waved his tail but at that moment was paying no attention at all to us. No doubt she was chased by a few neighbor dogs who had regularly been left unattended to run the neighborhood, but the house she came from had dogs. Perhaps the days of bravely dodging the dogs are over for Mimi.
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