Friday Cat Blogging – 22 April 2011

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The cats were a little boring this week, so I didn’t have a lot of new pictures to choose from. So here’s the same bench from last week, but this time with both cats on it. I should note that this little scene of domestic bliss didn’t last long. They never do. Eventually Inkblot gets a burr up his butt and ends up with the bench all to himself.

In other cat news, here’s the story of George, who survived the fires raging in Texas this week and returned home in fine fettle. Apparently sardines did the trick. And I want to remind everyone that next Friday is the day of the royal wedding of Wills and Kate. With the help of my Anglophile sister, I’ll try to have appropriate catblogging pictures to mark the great occasion. Assuming the cats cooperate, of course. Which they might. Or might not. Check in next week to find out.

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