Cats: Caught in the Act

Three simple photos.

Christmas Eve 2006.

Cats, fish, Christmas

Ooh la la, Fish-A-Vision.

Our newly adopted cat, Olivia, discovered the sideboard table we set up for our buffet dinner. Clearly this set up was for her viewing pleasure. Fortunately, clean table cloths waited in the closet for this caught in the act moment.

Laundry day.

Mine, Mine, Mine. All mine!

We threw a decoy blanket across the bed while we washed our linens. Our cat, Olivia, slept while her nine-month-old kitten, Ernest, claimed this bed and everything on it in the name of Ernestovia.

Caught in the act.

Sunday Snoozing.

What the heck? I was sleeping here Junior. Get your own blanket!

Our elder statesman, Wicket, on the left, curled up on a blanket on the sofa. In the middle of his nap, nine-month-old Ernest horned in on the action.

Caught in the act.








About Fannie Cranium

Writing since she could first hold a pen, Tracy Perkins formed her alter ego, "Fannie Cranium" at the suggestion of her husband. Tracy understands smiling makes people wonder what she’s been up to.
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2 Responses to Cats: Caught in the Act

  1. Liz says:

    Gotta love cats! I wish ours got along. They still snarl and chase each other. Literal catfights. Yours a beautiful 🙂


    • Thank you Liz. Having cats fight in your house must be disconcerting at times. Trying not to trip over them when they are in the “heat” of a dispute. I got lucky with mine. I’ve only had one cat who decided he was king of the roost and defender of the realm even though he was fixed. It was almost $1K every time I took him to the vet because he had a beef with the neighborhood raccoons. He was the last indoor/outdoor cat I ever owned.


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