We are bubbly, bright and decidedly delightful rescue cats, but like all infants we get overtired and need occasional time out in a room of our own. Foxie spends valuable time studying wildlife from the safety of the garden room. He has determined that they don’t pose a threat, and, when the afore mentioned wildlife flies away, being mostly stink bugs and sparrows, he will consent to race me up the corridor, or see who can leap the highest. I am the paperball champion, larger is better, as it doesn’t disappear out of reach under doors. I am fond of waterplay, am food-driven, spending most of my time eating crunchies and visiting the Bowl in case a titbit of human food can be found there. I will take a bite out of anything but am learning there are consequences if I bite a ginger tail or a white paw attached to Foxie. We are both fond making surprise leaps on each other, or on HIS feet resting down in the cat zone.
We are learning that to demand attention of any kind when SHE is painting, is about the equivalent of asking to talk to President T in the middle of a press conference. While it seems like a good idea, it is better to wait until later, or at dusk or dawn, when we are most amusing, or after THEY have enjoyed a delightful afternoon sail with friends on Lake Erie, and some refreshment from a glass.
Our only concern are those small plastic bottles which dispense a jet of cold water. We are both learning to be on best behavior, as they can appear at very short notice!
Oh, time for another nap. We are both masters of relaxation!