Saturday, 17 June 2017

Caturday: The Boyz share a special moment


What special moment. Sorry, you missed it. Here is Mr T (right), who has forced his way into our lives due to his ability to open a locked catflap, with his brother, Hamish (left), who keeps trying to move into our house but lacks the necessary skills. (I fear determination may win through in the end - it's especially difficult in the summer when the French windows are open.)

Anyway... Mr T spied Hamish on the patio and approached him. “Uh-oh,” I thought. “Here comes the fight.” Sometimes they spin round like they're in a tumble dryer and leave a carpet of white fur behind.

But no, Mr T went up to Hamish, put his arm (leg - you know what I mean) around his brother and started washing his head. Aaah, what a beautiful thing to witness. I must capture such precious moments on my camera.

Unfortunately, in seconds it took me to locate my phone and open the camera app, the moment had passed, and turned into this hostile stand-off. Siblings, eh?

2 comments:

  1. Mr T looks just like my TC (the cat), he was feral and decided that living in the house was much better! He has lived in our house almost 9 years and has become quite the cuddlebug. We learned last week that he has advanced kidney disease and probably won't make it through the summer.. so lots of cuddles and spoiling for him.

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    1. I do think ginger cats are a little more evolved than other cats, and TC sounds like he really knew what he was doing. So sorry to hear of his illness. I'm sure you'll give him a happy last few months. If you send me a pic of him (email top left), I'd be happy to honour him on a future Caturday.

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