We are sharing two oldies for today. Mom did not share these before because she's been posting so many sleeping shots of Buster, but well, she got no choice. Buster sleeps a lot so that's when he's most cooperative with the flashy box.
Our hearts go out to all the people who lost their lives and/or homes to the horrific fires burning in Northern California right now. We live in the East Bay and about 30 to 45 mins drive to Napa and about an hour to Santa Rosa where the fires are, but we are getting ash showers and heavy smoke smell. What a catastrophe this one is and this is on top of all the hurricanes in the Caribbean and the shooting in Vegas.
Kitties let us put our purrs together for all these people. We know that disasters don't only affect people, pets are also impacted too.
That's all I got to say. Now I go back to sleep okay?
So the mom was constantly complaining to the dad that her cache of Emma and Buster photos is depleted; hence she keeps her phone handy in the house (something she does not do, the phone stays in her purse while at home) so that when we do something cute she was going to snap quickly.
Then one day she found a little time off her chaotic work schedule. Guess what she found that there are photos of us in her albums so there will be quite a few to post in the coming days. This is one of those flashbacks. Taken 12/31/16. Wow, that was a lifetime ago.
I wonder what caught my attention here. Mom said she likes my tailio here.
I was going to do the rounds of cat blogs today, but as you can see I'm a bit busy.
Mom is home sick. She had to get the flu shot on Tuesday. Was feeling sick on Wednesday. Went home from work on Thursday and now staying home sick. It seems you have to be sick first in order to be healthy for the flu season eh?
We've had such a beautiful weather over the weekend. The kind of weather where it's quite breezy, but the sun was out and the temperature was mild. It's the kind of weather that people call bed weather. You don't have to tell me twice. Mom said I got my 16+ hours of sleep on Sunday alone! True dat! I hardly showed my face downstairs. Each time mom goes upstairs in the room, she sees me still on the bed apparently in dreamland.
On Saturday, mom went to the county fairgrounds for the pet fair. She saw so many doggies. There were kitties and bunnies too, but the fair was dominated by doggies. Mommy's friend volunteers for a dog rescue group and was in the tent helping out that day. She reported at the end of Saturday that from their rescue group alone they got 50 dogs adopted. Yay!
Click on the link and you'll see some of the lucky pets who got their furever homes.
We are thankful that even though we are doing our easy in another room, we can still do our snoopervising of the humans cooking in the kitchen. Here mom was washing the dishes in the sink and noticed we were both watching her every move very closely.
Did you miss us? We were gone for a week. Do you want to know why? No? Okay we'll tell you anyway.
The humans went road tripping chasing after what is being called solar eclipse. They drove to Oregon, then Washington State, and even drove all the way across the border to have lunch with friends they haven't seen in 9 years. They were gone for 5 days. The whole time they were driving to WA state they were wondering where do the Colehaus Cats live around these parts, hehehe.
Anyway, hopefully we're back to regular programming. But of course, mom is going to be super busy at work - always is each time she comes back from vacation.
BUSTER: When I first came here, mama got me this big box. She cut a hole for me to enter. I enjoyed this box, for a few months. You see I was 5 months old when I was Gotcha'd, but I was always a big boy. At 5 months I was nearly Emma's size. Before long, only my head would fit in the hole. It became Emma's favorite hiding (in plain sight)place. She knows I can't do anything when she goes inside the box.
The human finally admitted what she knew for a long time but won't admit in public. On Instagram, she admitted that I am the CEO of this household. That's what I'm thankful for today - her admission and my title CEO.