It was recently brought to my attention (ahem, Julie) that Raven hasn’t made an appearance on my blog in a while. It also dawned on me that today is National Cat Day. Given Raven is a black cat, it’s almost Halloween, and it’s National Cat Day, that’s a trifecta I couldn’t pass up. I’m late in getting this posted, but for all the cat lovers out there, here’s my gorgeous girl . . .
This past spring, hanging out in the bow window.
The little birds that visit in the morning provide hours of entertainment.
Peek-a-boo from her collapsible cube.
She likes to flatten it like a pancake when she’s playing.
Taking a nap on tree #1 by the bow window.
So innocent—while plotting . . .
The perfect way to get a second tree is to hang out where she isn’t allowed.
The plotting worked.
Tree #2 overlooking the rear deck arrives.
She and a resident chipmunk play tag, racing between this spot
and the patio doors in the family room. More entertainment!
I was an idiot to think that large spray of reeds in the corner could stay.
Tree + cat + reeds = large cat toy.
The spray was moved in less than an hour.
A new toy—sort of.
Stolen from my key chain.
She makes a good thief.
Ready for bed at the end of the day.
She has me wrapped and knows it!
Raven and I wish you a Happy National Cat Day!