Let The Kitties Take The Stage

Well. It’s nice of you to turn around and notice us for a change.

While I very much like to work alone, sometimes my cats decide that I’d enjoy myself much more if they were around to bother me.  Here you see Ody (the black and white blimp) and Biskit sprawled out on the two cheap Mecca end tables I have in my computer room waiting very impatiently for me to lavish them with the attention they seem to think they’re due.  Of course, you probably recognize those two tables as my most frequently used “stage” upon which the antics of my Shelf Critter Theatre productions come to life.  This is why I must barricade the door whenever I am creating the next critterized testimonial for why I should be institutionalized, because laying down on the floor is too good for my spoiled cats… and I don’t need one of them crashing a scene.

I thought this table always smelled like unicorn!


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Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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20 Responses to Let The Kitties Take The Stage

  1. draliman says:

    Wow! So that’s where the magic happens.

  2. I bet that was the way they invented the work catwalk :o)

  3. Piglove says:

    You really just don’t know what happens when you are not there my evil friend…shivers. Bashful has told me stories. XOXO – Bacon

  4. Merbear74 says:

    Maybe they want to be extras…

  5. Trisha says:

    But it might make an interesting scene to have the cats crash in and start smacking critters around!

  6. I pretty sure Ody needs another treat. He looks a bit peckish.

  7. doodz……sew……like if we due knot wanna lay down on de floor either we due knot…whatz dadz beef …frank lee we think we will go lay R selves upon de…..kitshun counter…rite now !!! 🙂 ♥♥

  8. Ally Bean says:

    I’ve always said that cats are interior designers reincarnated. It makes sense to me that they’d also excel at set decorating. Lucky you, eh?

  9. Sensible cats. Ideally you should get a shelf put up about two foot below ceiling level, so that they can hang about up there. They really don’t like being low down!!

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