BRING THE HAPPY!
I’ve had a really interesting few weeks since my last TTT post. I lost the battle about a new kitten in the house and the only stipulation I had was not having to do the litter box. A task that the daughter was all too willing to take on and hasn’t missed a single day since we got our newest member, Lucy.
This Is Lucy
You all will probably recognize that what we have here is a Tortoise Shell cat, that apparently because she has white, could be classified as a Calico. Since we got Lucy so early, just shy of 6 weeks old, she’s identified with a lot of the behaviors from her sister, KC. The bone Lucy is holding is in fact the antler chew toy that KC won’t let out of her sight, at least, except when Lucy is monopolizing it. I hope that as she gets older she’ll act more like a cat than a dog.
While I didn’t ever mind having a cat on the bed, I do mind having a dog on the bed. KC is a furry, stinky and shedding mess that for some reason ONLY lies on my side of the bed. She knows she’s not supposed to be on the bed and will not so gracefully jump down when she hears me coming up the steps. The picture here is KC protesting after being told to stay off the bed and as usual, her companion is glued to her side.
Fast Becoming BFF’s
The rare times that KC is able to lay on her dog bed without the tiny kitten hogging it, this is what she has to endure. KC will sleep and Lucy will nuzzle into her side. I snapped this picture only a few days after we got Lucy and KC is giving me the “why did you do this to me?” stare while Lucy is being oblivious. I’m concerned that Lucy is going to be more like a small furry dog than a small furry cat. We’ve already confirmed she’s going to be a long hair cat, and a fast dog lick will certainly cause some matted and knotted cat fur. Just glad I don’t have to do the stupid litter box.
TTT Weekly Music Recommendation
Sober (Tool Cover)
by O’Keefe Music Foundation