On a Rainy Afternoon: From A Year Ago Today

two cats on a pillow

On a Rainy Afternoon

Cookie and Mimi spend some cozy hours on the pile of pillows on my bed while the day fills with rain and fog outside the window.

I often think rescued kitties take a little time on bad weather days remembering the days before their rescue. I know Mimi does because this normally reticent kitty is suddenly following me around, loving on me, looking into my eyes and telling me stories. Cookie is not so obvious, but she thanks me pretty much all the time.

The photo was nearly colorless with the stark rain light, and there’s something about a contrasty image with overexposed highlights that just asks to be black and white, and so it is.

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On a Rainy Afternoon

two cats on a pillow

On a Rainy Afternoon

Cookie and Mimi spend some cozy hours on the pile of pillows on my bed while the day fills with rain and fog outside the window.

I often think rescued kitties take a little time on bad weather days remembering the days before their rescue. I know Mimi does because this normally reticent kitty is suddenly following me around, loving on me, looking into my eyes and telling me stories. Cookie is not so obvious, but she thanks me pretty much all the time.

The photo was nearly colorless with the stark rain light, and there’s something about a contrasty image with overexposed highlights that just asks to be black and white, and so it is.


Share the Love

two cats on table

Share the Love

Hey, Giuseppe wants to be sick too, if he gets as much attention as Peaches does, and all that great food!

Did you ever feel that way when you were a kid? My brother was accident prone and I really got tired of everyone doting on him—I never even had a tooth pulled. Well, now I’m glad, but then it would have been nice to get little get-well gifts.

So Giuseppe at least wants Peaches to share her food—after all, he’s the one who keeps her warm and gives her little baths. I do give Giuseppe lots of love and kisses for taking care of his sister, and in the end he’s fine with that.