Trudith loves a good chat with her gal pals, and her cat does, too. I still haven’t decided on a name yet. Maybe I’ll just leave him/her/it nameless and let you choose your favorite. It might be more fun that way (What a cop out! I should just make a decision.).
Adam found this picture of a pretty dapper cat. Here’s my take on him!
So I’m pretty sure Duncan’s had this less than thick hair from his eye to his ear but Lee decided to call it a receding hairline today – and Duncan a senior cat now. Sorry Duncan; I think it’s time to accept those gray hairs and that you’re losing hair. Maybe it’s time for you to start thinking about retirement.
Yes, you’ve heard it here. I’d rather keep this one in the closet but for the sake of full disclosure here on notacrazycatlady, I must confess.
first, a little background: Our cats are now moved in back in Cleveland with Adam while I am finishing up school here in NC. Adam’s parents have a 19-year old cat who was a sassy thing in his day but who’s a little slower and probably blind and deaf now.
So in our efforts to acclimate them to each other, we’ve found out that our cats are bullies. Specifically Smudge. He’s been pretty awful and Duncan is his sometimes-backup. This is how Smudge will corner poor old Schotze and Duncan will zoom around for back up from the other side.
I am an embarrassed cat mom.