That human shows up everywhere with that camera. Can’t she see we are preparing for a nap?
Sienna looks pretty comfortable, though Mewsette is lying on top of her. And when they often get up to greet me when I walk into a room, neither of the girls was in any mood for that. I took a bunch of pictures too, much to their consternation. Apparently, I didn’t bother them too much because off to dreamland they went.
I don’t think Sienna had too much experience with other cats before she somehow ended up outdoors. She does hang out with other cats, but cuddling is not her thing. Mewsette, however, seems to have some magic where torties are concerned. Scroll down to see a photo of her with Cookie in 2010, when Cookie was beginning to feel a little unsteady but would have none of being monitored in any way. Cookie settled on the bed, Mewsette quietly showed up later and curled herself around Cookie.
No big long post today! I’ve run out of older posts in December that I haven’t shared already.
Mimi is pleased to be surveying her garden realm from atop her favorite wicker chair once again. After extreme cold and snow, sun and warm, I was barefoot today! Still some snow around though.
From the Back Yard and Beyond
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From around this date in past years
I’ve run out of past posts for this date or in December anytime in the past five or six years–I’ve already shared them in previous posts. So I looked for one that was somehow related to today’s photo. Mewsette does have a way with torties.
Cookie’s Biggest Fan, 2010
I will always thank Mewsette for taking care of Cookie.
Has Mewsette adopted Cookie?
I’ve often noticed Mewsette being near Cookie, sitting, sleeping, bathing, sometimes trying to do a gentle nuzzle or head-butt which is summarily rebuffed by Cookie. “I don’t need any babysitting!” Cookie would say. However, I’ve lately seen Mousse cuddling with or near Cookie—after she’s fallen asleep, of course!
Perhaps like Giuseppe in the way he adopted Peaches years ago, cuddling, keeping her warm, giving her his youthful energy, Mewsette will finally have her way with Cookie. Cookie couldn’t ask for a nicer understudy in Mewsette, big, strong, quiet and sweet.
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