We have barn cats. Very wild barn cats. The boys weren’t even sure what a cat was because they had never really seen one. So we got a couple cats. One of them disappeared 3 days after we brought him home. We think the owl that has been lusting after my chickens got him. We currently have Cat and Bob. In hindsight I should have pressed for different names. These names create a bit of confusion for little boys at the museum when looking at a bobcat….
Cat somehow seems to escape the majority of ‘loving’.
Bob, however, does not.
We even had to test out his swimming abilities! Poor Bob.
He’s mild mannered enough that this same night, he got snuck into the bathtub. At least the water was warm the 2nd time, I guess. I finally had to get after the boys and tell them they absolutely could NOT make him go swimming anymore.
Still, I don’t think that they have life all that bad.
Looks like Bob doesn’t mind ALL the attention in the least, even going so far as to allow himself to be loaded in the a cattle truck! They look pretty comfortable on the boys bed. Great fun for the boys. Wow your fire pictures look ominous. Looks too close for comfort.
Alexandra N says
The cats like the top bunk. They get left alone there more often, at least the baby doesn’t climb all the way up the ladder yet…The “fire” pictures are not. It was just the sunset one night. Those are the mountains to the east and when the sun is setting in the west sometimes the light comes across the valley differently.
Beautiful sunset pictures. Certainly glad they weren’t on fire.