(From Monday) Giuseppe is beginning his week with his own interpretation of “The Cat in the Hat”. He has chosen my wildflower hat that coordinates well with his own natural camouflage.
I think his intent is to create a virtual feline hunting experience in a field of wildflowers. It was a collaboration with his talented brother Jelly Bean who knocked the hats off the top of the entertainment center.
Things around the yard.
Sienna can’t figure out why Mimi is outside.
Inside and out.
I first saw this group from outside looking in the dining room window, three black cats like puzzle pieces to fit in a sunpuddle but they were really hard to photograph. When Mimi and I came back in they were still sleeping there so I got a few more photos.
That little one.
I walked into the back yard from the driveway and didn’t see them until they got up to move away from the oncoming human.
Can’t wait to get my DSLR fixed so I can get better photos.
From around this date in past years
Jelly Bean’s Earth Day, 2019
Jelly Bean says he had a pretty good Earth Day.
He conserved a lot of energy by napping as much as possible, so much energy that he could probably cash in what he conserved to get himself some really good treats, or even some quality ‘nip.
And he knows he used sustainable litter in his box even though he doesn’t like the wood pellets as much as the clay because he can really move that clay when he’s in the mood, but on the other paw when his human cleans it up he can always find an unused wood pellet in the box and flip it out onto the floor to play with it. So that’s even more re-use—litter pellets become toys, and sustainable toys at that.
And then he’s got his raw diet from local sources, even though his human had to drive to go and get it. And he had the water in his bowls and his fountain filtered by his human.
He’s feeling pretty good about himself and his carbon pawprint today. He should even probably get some sort of an award for all his hard work and sacrifice.
Now it’s time for another nap while he waits for the phone call from the award center.
Here’s what we posted on Instagram this year.
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Giuseppe must surely be absorbing some of the colors of the pens in my pen cup. I certainly thought the colors were inspiring next to Giuseppe’s black fur! Because he was sleeping I had the time to get more detail on his face than usual. Read more and purchase.
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