When I was hunched over my computer today, working on tax stuff, Naomi decided to curl up on my shoulder...
...she stayed there for a long! She is our only shoulder-kitty, and she's the sweetest cat I have ever had. I love it when she snuggles in like this. Handy that my MacBook has a camera!
And here are a couple from March that I forgot to post...
I don't know what Alex and Julius are saying to each other, but it's nothing good! Gordon was oblivious, as per usual.
Here's Emily again. And I took a lot of self-portraits with cats when I was sick last month! :)
We had a bit of an adventure here last night. Emily has developed a fascination with the toilet. Yesterday at bedtime, the male human in the household, was, er, standing and relieving himself when Emily ran up and jumped on the toilet seat. I heard an grunt of exasperation emanante from the bathroom. Let's just say Emily got a little shower from above. On my advice, Gordon put pee-sprinkled Emily in the bathtub and turned the shower on her while he held her still and gave her a rinse. She didn't make a peep and seemed to enjoy her whole underwater experience, making me think that Deb from Just Cats and Trish from Katnip Lounge are right, and Miss Emily is all or part Bengal!
And a duck question: I am a little concerned about where Ronna the Muscovy duck has made her nest in the duck run. It's right the feeder, a high-traffic area. Yesterday I saw Hannibal walk right across the eggs while Ronna was up having a stretch! She is still sitting on them but it seems like her nest gets disturbed every day. I'm wondering if it will be all right there, or if I just try and partition it off a bit, or even move it. When the ducklings hatch (presuming they do), we will be putting them all in their own duck house, away from the other ducks until they are large enough to fend for themselves with the drakes. I'm just leaving things as they are for now but I'm not sure having the nest where it is is the best thing for Ronna and her eggs. It seems to get kicked around a fair bit!
Have a good one, and watch out for kittens with toilet obsessions.