I just spent several minutes trying to figure out where the hell the mysterious rustling noises were coming from.

One of my cats (Alex) was entirely hidden within the depths of a shoebox-size Priority Mail box. He has just now emerged, and his sister Erin has vanished inside.

No cat photos because I don't have an X-Ray camera.
asakiyume: (dewdrop)

From: [personal profile] asakiyume


If either of them comes back with, say, dragon scales or gold coins, you'll know that box is actually a portal.
summerstorm: (Default)

From: [personal profile] summerstorm


"No cat photos because I don't have an X-Ray camera."

For shame.
kay_brooke: Stick drawing of a linked adenine and thymine molecule with text "DNA: my OTP" (Default)

From: [personal profile] kay_brooke


At least they're taking turns!
wpadmirer: (Default)

From: [personal profile] wpadmirer


I love how cats love boxes. It's one of my favorite things about them.
hederahelix: My cat with her head buried in a live catnip plant and the phrase "Stop and smell the catnip" (catnip)

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Box more interesting than contents. Also, when they are smaller than a full grown car, they are extra skilled at creating inexplicable noises of unknown origin. It's not like cats actually ever need help in the stealth department, but, well, yeah.
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