The Dark Behind the Door

four black cats in a pile
Cuddle Puddle behind the door.

Why is the bathroom door closed? I thought. And why is it so dark in there? And why can’t I open the door…

It’s a bi-fold that folds inward but would not, so I pushed the pin down and pulled it out of the track so it could swing free, reached in and turn on the light to reveal…

four black cats in a pile
The cuddle puddle from above.

Another big gob of black cats.

I just have to guess they really, really like to be together. Plus, this is a stolen moment in a space they don’t often have available to them.  The tortie girls spend overnight in the bathroom, and a portion of the afternoon. Obviously, this is a choice spot for napping, and what better to use as a pillow than one of your siblings?

If Mimi had come along, as she sometimes does, she would just climb on top of them, bathing ears and noses as she went; she weighs less than half of any of her children.

From the front, it’s Mewsette, then Jelly Bean on the left and Mr. Sunshine under him, and Giuseppe in the back.

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2 thoughts on “The Dark Behind the Door

  • January 29, 2012 at 5:38 am
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    Big Gob of cats!!! lol. They sure don’t worry about overcrowding 🙂

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    • January 30, 2012 at 1:01 am
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      Carolyn, sometimes they can’t get close enough. They just fascinate me! They were a little gob of cats as babies, and kittens normally sleep in a pile. But now that they are rather large adults they still do it.

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