Friday Cat Blogging – 5 February 2010

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As I said in the previous post, I got home just in time to produce Friday catblogging. Which means that all I had time to do was pull out the camera and take a picture of what the cats were doing right at the moment. So here it is. On the left, Domino is staring out the door at the rain wondering if she should go out. She decided not to. On the right, Inkblot is engaged in his second favorite activity: eating. I left loads of food for the furballs while I was gone, but when I got back their food bowls were empty. I can’t believe they ate it all. But not only did they eat it all, they were begging for more. So, softy that I am, I gave them some. Starting tonight, though, Daddy’s back in town and we’re back to the usual measured portions.

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