[ An interestingly-weathered tree stump, about two feet high & a foot and a half across. ]
When I got to our spot in the woods last Tuesday, I saw this Very Excellent tree stump that I was pretty sure one cat or another would, eventually, use for Dramatical Posing. Continue reading climbing on things
[ Tyrava’s front door frame, which is painted purple; a length of unpainted wood maybe an inch wide & half an inch deep runs along the inside of the frame, right where the door will stop when it’s closed properly. ]
Last Saturday & today I got a bunch done on Tyrava, including the door stops all the way around the front door. Since I’m not terribly good at cutting things precisely & there were big gaps around the door, this is a VERY good thing.
[ one long stick, shaped somewhat like a lacrosse stick & about a foot long; three shorter sticks, each about four inches long; & two tangles of copper wire sit in a pile, waiting for me to get a clue ]
As is traditional I picked up the big stick & it told me what it was gonna be called, so I grabbed some smaller sticks & some wire, & wow, was that not a lot to go on. Monday I rearranged the sticks a bunch of times & they didn’t do anything illuminating, so I figured I might be messing around a while to get them sitting the way they wanted to. Continue reading process post: wires & sticks
Woods Day last week was called on account of Wind & also Fire, so I only cave pictures of the boys inside right now.
Anyway, above is Loiosh, who does not have a mohawk because he is young & rebellious, but because he’s got ear mites, & I’ve been squirting baby oil in his ears twice a day for almost two weeks now. His ears are a lot less itchy, & also I except that he will kill me in my sleep any minute now. Continue reading too much inside
It’s been ‘cats in the woods’ posts every Tuesday for a while now, but I haven’t stopped taking pictures of them inside! Above, Loiosh the night his catnip pickle arrived. Continue reading auxiliary bonus cat post