Wednesday – Kitty Breakfast

With our recent trip, I didn’t make it into the workshop, so you get kitty pictures!  Our theme today: Breakfast

Bella and Socks enjoying breakfast together.

Boots is a large cat, but not large on breakfast. She needs a little space on her own to enjoy her meal.

Spirit likes to steal food. Here she is eating in Bella’s room, thinking she’s stealing someone else’s breakfast.

Spotty doesn’t really like breakfast, and is camera-shy, so she is missing from the gallery.  Likely she’ll show up again in a couple of hours and ask for a private table.

If you need me, I’ll be in the shop.

Andrew

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I work in the high tech world doing software release engineering Then I got prostate cancer Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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29 Responses to Wednesday – Kitty Breakfast

  1. Hooray for kitties!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  2. Glynis Jolly says:

    I like your scratching post. Did you make that using one of those scratching boxes?

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  3. You do have quite the kitty cafe there. Makes me miss our sweet Callie who crossed the rainbow bridge three years ago. My daughter and son-in-law’s two cats Jack and Baboo must go to their opposite corners to eat their meal. Otherwise, Jack, the older, who has been put on a diet by the vet, will steal Baboo’s food.

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    • So far we’re lucky that they are all on the same diet, but have found that they don’t always like to eat next to each other. Socks, the only male, tends to do the alpha cat thing and push his face into everyone’s dish, so we’ve be separating them during meals more.

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  4. Debra says:

    Today was kind of chaotic in my little corner of the world! Sitting down and “watching” your sweet kitties is just what I needed! I think that cats are remarkably creative in getting their own needs met–even down to stealing food! 🙂

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  5. It’s fun to see your furry family! Stolen food always tastes best to a cat, particularly if it’s stolen human food. 🙂

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    • Stolen water is also very good – we can’t have a glass of water just sitting around without it attracting a kitty.

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      • Right, I’d forgotten about that. In our house you never knew whether it was a tongue or a paw that had been in the glass – one cat liked to dunk a paw and then lick it dry, while the others went straight for the tongue-lap. Either way, unattended water was a no-no.

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        • Last night our senior kitty, Spirit, found an unattended water glass and rather than paw or tongue-lap, she just pushed the glass over and licked water up from the table.

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  6. lorieb says:

    cats are like people, each with their own personalities!

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  7. Bella, Socks and Boots look like they have happy bellies. 🐱

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  8. That’s quite a breakfast crowd, Andrew. Their behavior reminds me of our cats (past and present).
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  9. Carrie Rubin says:

    I suppose if you’re a cat, stolen food is tastier. 😁

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  10. Those are precious. We put our dog Casey’s food out in the morning but he won’t eat it until evening, when my husband and I are eating dinner together. I guess he sees himself as part of the A team, eating as a family. Love that dog.

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  11. Chris White says:

    Purrfection in a bowl. 🐈🐈🐈

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