Molly wasn’t really as cross as she looks, but I seem to remember she was giving me the look that says “feed me soon or you’ll be in trouble”. I had probably got distracted, so I deserved ‘the look’. Happy Caturday to all, hope yours is a good one and any distractions are good ones.
Rupert, a red tabby Cornish Rex, loved this carpet-lined barrel placed next to the window in the sun. He used to watch everything that was going on in the garden through the screen. Those who knew him still talk about him, remembering his lovely character. Happy Caturday all!
For more cat photos, the gallery is linked here.
Week 12/26: Yin Yang
These are two old friends, Rupert and Molly, our Cornish Rex cats. This back view really shows off their curly hair and big ears. They were both pretty interested in something on the other side of the room so fortunately paid me no attention at all.
Yin and Yang is defined in this way: "Yin and yang can be thought of as complementary (rather than opposing) forces that interact to form a dynamic system in which the whole is greater than the assembled parts." Yin is the shady side (Molly) and Yang is the sunny side (Rupert). And the two definitely interact to form a duo that is greater than the assembled parts. Molly can be moody, is very deep in her affections and emotions. A little shy until she gets to know you then she tries to take you over. Rupert is a sunny golden joy boy, always asking for you to pick him up and cuddle him. Happy at any moment to have a conversation and to leap around the kitchen to get some laughs going. Together they form the perfect dynamic duo.
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