Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Unsuspecting prey.

Cats love boxes. That's a given.

And when you bring a box into the house that can hold multiple cats and leave it on the floor for Saturday night entertainment (theirs, not mine. Oh, who am I kidding?) it can keep them occupied for awhile.
I had to keep the lights low as requested by Audrey.She does her best work in the dark.
                                                                        Annie & Sierra
Sierra & Annie played on top while the audacious one slid inside only to reach up through the hole in the top to grab her unsuspecting prey. "Oh mighty ferocious one, your size and your roar leaves them frozen in terror. Please have mercy on them."
                                                               "Hey, stop looking at me."

 Oh, oh...looks like the lioness will be challenged.

And where is Kane while all this excitement is going on? In, where else?

It's Susan's birthday today from
"Happy Birthday, Sue."
hugs, Deb


  1. They look like they are having a great time!

  2. Kane's happily sleeping, thinking kitties are silly.

    The box cannot be resisted!

  3. What nice pictures. It is true that you want to capture all your cats way out of a box.


  4. Oh how cute ! Our Harley doesn't care for boxes but a laser or a moving toy mouse she goes ballistic lol Thanks for sharing ! Have a good day !

  5. Funny! I have always said that cats and kids only need a box to be happy and contented in play!

  6. Why do we spend money on toys???
    Jane x

  7. What great pics! Cats and boxes, so much fun. My "rabid cat" box is still on our kitchen table. i need to move it, but every time I look, there's a cat in it.

  8. My Charlie has to explore every box that comes in this house. Funny boy! That Audrey is such a character!

  9. I'm with Kane in this: a good snooze...

  10. Yes, I know from having just moved that cats love boxes! Kane has the right idea!