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Asheville, North Carolina

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Once Again, No Creative Post Title

So this is where I usually end up on my mornings with dad.  He's up early every day, getting some writing done checking his emails, browsing writing websites, watching the weather, amusing himself with Craigslist's "Rants and Raves".  The day most often starts out with
me on his lap while he reads for an hour or so, then he slides me off to the side and fires up the laptop for the previously mentioned activities.
     Sure, I put up a stink, letting him know what an A-hole he is for stuffing me off to the side, but what I don't let on is that it's actually quite comfortable.  The warmth is what I live for, and the tight space is pleasantly cocoon-like.  Within minutes I'm off in lala land, snoring away, a string of drool connecting my mouth to the chair cushion.


Kjelle Bus aka Charlie Rascal said...

I think it look´s very comfy , but as you say you should never admit that so the humans hear it :)

Old Kitty said...

Wonderful Orbit! You are too good with dad! LOL!

Take care

Kitties Blue said...

What a great life you live, but don't let the human know. You have to make them feel as if you are not content so they do everything they can to make you HAPPY! Stay warm and snuggly! Purrs and hugs from the kitties at The Cat on My Head, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

Sparkle said...

You look totally comfy to me!

Fuzzy Tales said...

You don't look like you're bothered at all by being squished. :-) In fact, we bet it's quite cosy in that little space!

Ivan and Izzy from WMD said...

I bet your dad added that bit about drool at the last minute, Orbit. Everybody knows that's a human or dog thing.

Saku said...

I lubs to sit next to my mom like that too. It is so warm and cozy, but don't tell her that, MOL!


About This Blog

Created in July 2011 this blog chronicled the everyday life of a well-seasoned house panther named Orbit, who made the move with us from Massachusetts to North Carolina. He was a nearly constant companion for almost 22 years, and ruled our roost until he passed away in December 2014 which hit us like a ton of bricks.
After more than 2 years without a live-in feline friend we found this senior Tortie gal at Orange County Animal Services in Chapel Hill, NC and just couldn't leave without her. Cleo certainly came with an abundance of purrsonalitude, and has staked her claim on our hearts and in our home since day one. It took some long, deep thought, but I decided to pick up where Orbit left off and let Cleo tell her stories. Of course from time to time I'll add some non-Cleo posts, but she'll get over it.