Tiger observed what was going on in the front yard. When Rocket and his boy took a break, Tiger strolled over to the tunnel. He sniffed the entrance, walked through nonchalantly, then spoke 🙂
Tiger waits patiently for me to finish taking photos of that everloving DOG, and either get on with the walk or focus some attention on him.
Are you quite through?
Can you just feel it? Cool, crisp air, early morning sunlight warming your whiskers…
What better time and place for your morning bath?
Cynthia was napping on the (former) BBQ grill. It has been re-purposed as a cat bed and cat food dish holder, very much to Cynthia’s liking.
She knew I was there and was purring softly and kneading with her paws to let me know she loves us. But she was just too sleepy to get up and greet me properly 🙂
The cats like to go out with me to take photographs, but they are ever watchful.
Apparently, they are cognizant of the danger of becoming lunch for a coyote! This photo of Tiger as a watchful, intensely focused cat contrasts strongly with his usual totally laid back, flopped on his back, rag doll cat demeanor when in the house.
Cynthia (the cat) loves Bridger. She was taking this opportunity to get as much affection as she could rub off.
Tiger stares at Zookie. Is he daring her to just try and chase him? Or is he measuring the distance between them, estimating her rate of speed, and calculating how long it will take him to get to a tree? Actually, they get along great, and Zookie only chases Tiger if he runs. And he rarely runs.