This right here is some bullshit.
awww so tiny. how old is he?
Broke down and got them a cat tree. Surprisingly easy to build and it’s safe to say Nova and Ragnar love it
Wife & I adopted these two in early '16, and it was the best decision I made in a long, long time. They're either mother / daughter or sisters (the vet / homeless shelter's best guess) but they were found together & had to be taken as a package deal.
The Mrs. couldn't come up with a better suggestion than Alice & Chains (I'm a fan boy, sue me). Chains is much more high energy as you'll see from these photos, Alice doesn't leave the ground much (but she loves to nap on the couch with me when watching Sunday afternoon games)
That cat has some hops yo!
When I took these pictures, she was clearing 5' easily.
We stopped doing this as she landed awkwardly a few times & we don't want her to get hurt.
She's just gorgeous! I'm always fascinated by photographs that perfectly illustrate cats' agility and grace.The first shot reminds me of that one with Dali.
Or that Rose is a huge goofy cat.Either way, that lost cause is incredibly charming.
When we first adopted George, he was so tiny he fit inside the hoodie of the rescue worker who brought him to our home. We took him to the vet and he was barely three pounds. Up to five on his second weigh-in, and we foolishly poo-poo'd her warning that he could put on some good weight.She was right, goddammit. Look at the dent his heft has put into the perch upon which he lays.Still, he runs around, tussles with Beans, chases the laser, and does some impressive jumps.I LOVE HIM.
(in my best Grover voice) Near....far....