Becka posted a picture recently of our cat Adelaide "helping" her with an organizing project.
She gets into some of the craziest places in our house, and at the advanced age of 17 she keeps coming up with new ones! This got me thinking about some pictures in my files, not only on the computer, but also in photo albums.
Here are several pictures I had in my files. I have no idea where they came from. Speaking of organizing....
How did they get 8 cats to do that at the same time?!
I wonder if this cat got on top of the door on its own.
Actually Adelaide used to do that on our bedroom door where we used to live. She would get on top of the bookcase and then hop onto the door.
Here's one way cat hair can get on your clothes.
When Becka and I were first married, we had a crazy cat named Elsa, so named because she was free. She was the queen of getting into the strangest places. (Sorry that the quality of these pictures isn't the greatest — I scanned faded photos from the last millennium.)
Here's Elsa after she finished exploring the inside of Becka's dress form.
Our little swinger had to explore everything!
We kept our hamster in an aquarium above a cupboard in our laundry room, but that didn't deter Elsa from making "visits."
See how long it takes to find her in this next picture.
I love this picture of her "dancing" as she tries to catch the sock Becka is dangling over her.
Here's a pie chart showing where cats sleep.
Here's a Rhymes with Orange cartoon that I think you'll enjoy.
Adelaide enjoys looking out our kitchen window, pretending she is outside hunting the birds on our deck. Speaking of birds, I'll end with two pictures of our baby bluebirds. They are getting close to fledging.
Here's what they looked like on April 23.
Here they are last evening, just 8 days later.
Do you cat owners (= people owned by cats) have cats get into interesting spots? Please share your stories in the comments.
This Friday is graduation at school. If you're free Friday afternoon any time between 2:00 and 4:00, take a peek at our commencement exercises.
"Inner strength comes from God, who is sovereign over all." – David Brock
Interesting fact: The only domestic animal not mentioned in the Bible is the cat.
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