I have been asked if dogs like the cat beds that I make, and I’ve been informed that I should make beds for dogs.
Well, Dear Reader, if I had a smelly, drooly, barking, garbage eating dog then I would most certainly let it outside to chase squirrels and make it beds to shed in. Instead I somehow ended up with these ridiculous cats:
I’m pretty sure now that cats are more annoying than dogs. Sure, dogs might occasionally eat a sock and you might need to pay $800 for that, but dogs don’t jump on the counter, TV, refrigerator, every house plant and then my bladder/face/bladder at 3 a.m while yeowling something in Siamese dialect. I sometimes consider my decision to “Go Team Feline” and think I may have been foolish to select a species that is encouraged to poop indoors.
It turns out that Nancy has a dog and a cat, and the dog is possibly even more adorable in character than in appearance, which may seem truly impossible after you see these fun photos. BTW- the cat and dog are both shown in the same bed.
They know that you’re up to something, so they either try to sniff the camera lens, or they walk away, so all you get is a close up of cat nose, or a long shot of cat bee-hind.
In this photo shoot, I’m using a radio control device so I can wrangle the cat into position and then take the photo, or at least that was the idea. I was having a hard time making the radio thing work though, and the end result is really hilarious serious of photos. Enjoy me looking like a complete dork in this set.
Thanks to Pacer Stacktrain for taking time out of his busy birdwatching schedule to help me with this photo shoot!
Sweet Zoe lives in a motor home and gets to do some traveling! The only problem is, sometimes her hoomans taker her to a hot place and then they run the air conditioner. Zoe doesn’t like that cold air blasting down on her! After you see her photos you will be able to imagine what a grumpy face she would get when she felt that cold air! Her nice people bought her a Cat Ball so everyone could live comfortably.
In this series of photos, Zoe demonstrates the entire Cat Ball! She shows you the big opening, the little opening and how she can get inside and even play in her new Cat Ball! Zoe, you are a cute kitty!
I met Zoe’s “mom” though Etsy, where we both have a store. Zoe’s human is having fun making cat toys, and I bought some really swell kicker toys from her. The kickers are made of rabbit fur, reclaimed from old coats, and have a hidden pocket so you can add catnip. My cats LOVE these toys! When I get them out, the fur goes flying! Twix and Pacer go bananas kicking and biting these things! You can see them here in her Etsy shop, KittyofMine.