After hitting the window with a resounding smack, presumably in pursuit of a bird in the garden, Not Cat confined himself to a more sedate interest in ornithology.
He nabbed Mother’s chair as the one with the best view of the garden, and settled down.
She was, and is, still in hospital, and I’ll doubtless write about that soon, though I find the whole business extremely disquieting, so she wasn’t displaced by him.
It’ll be interesting to see if they tussle for territory when (and I sincerely hope it is when and not if) she gets home.
What a marvellously twitchy tail!
Yes, good isn’t it, though not quite up to Maru standards!
Lovely! He really looks at home and so good of you to provide him with a grandstand view of the entertainment! 🙂
Clever cat to find a spot, with a chin rest, where his tail can’t betray him.
He’s a beautiful marbled pattern isn’t he?
I too am impressed by his tail. Not just how bushy it is, but also how long it is. I like a cat with a long tail (which Maru hasn’t :-P).
Yes he has very good looks. Although some might say I was biased…
Only marginally more than me 😀