Daily Photo Reprise: Kelly Fell Asleep Reading, 2010

tortoiseshell cat sleeping on books
Sleepy Kelly in the Library

Two years ago I set up a library of my cat books, as described below—and my cats thought it was a great idea! Several reprise photos to come.

Well, maybe my cats aren’t the biggest readers and books are just a big sleeping pill for them, or maybe they really can absorb the content if they sleep with their heads on the books.

I’ve done some (lots) of reorganizing (cleaning) lately , and I finally got around to putting my cat books in order on this mahogany triple dresser that doubles as a very attractive file cabinet/storage unit in my office.

You know how kitties are—they have to investigate everything new and “try it on”, meaning placing themselves in or on the object, walking, bathing, playing and sleeping in the new/renewed area. Unfortunately for me, they were so darned cute for several days that I now have several hundred photos of nearly the entire household interacting with the books. They’re still at it over there, but I’ve got work to do so I just can’t look at what they’re doing.

I see a few paintings coming out of this series too.

 


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