Lola lives with Otis who is the man-cat of the household and is a big goof-ball. He loves to sit and chat awhile. He is telling me here that he is a great singer and if I play my cards right he just may belt out a song for me.
It was a pleasure once again to care for these three munchkins. Always entertaining.
Now on to...
The many faces of a cat
Making faces is a fundamental mode of feline communication. A happy cat has perky ears, pupils normal for the prevailing light level and relaxed whiskers. An angry cat keeps its ears erect but furled back; its pupils constrict to slits and its whiskers bristle forwards. A frightened cat is wide-eyed and lays its ears and whiskers flat. A cat playing or hunting wears a face between those of anger and fear; the pupils are open but the ears are pricked and, like the whiskers, thrust forward. The pleasure of being petted shows in the half-closed eyes of the face of ecstasy.
I bet you'll look at your cat's face a little closer today. Who says we don't understand 'the cat'. :)