Staking his claim.

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You never know what part of the house cats will gravitate toward. We’ve had desk felines..

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Bed felines….

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Chair felines….

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Bubba on chair (2)

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Even motorcycle felines.

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And now it looks like our newest addition has chosen my mother’s old bookcase.

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Yes, Lord Dudley Mountcatten has laid claim to this spot in our bedroom window.

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From it he can recline in the warmth of the sun….

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And hover over the birds who seek shelter in the bushes directly underneath.

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I think I’m going to have to remove that planter. It seems to be migrating closer to the edge everyday.

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31 thoughts on “Staking his claim.”

    1. Ha! Solar powered…. he did have an energetic go at his mouse after that nap so you may be on to something.
      On a side note I still can’t comment on your posts, get an error message every time.
      🙁

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  1. Mmhm. Our Catticus does a chair sit like your chair cat did. It’s rather regal as it looks intentional, like I’m a very serious cat and I’d like to speak to you about treatseses.
    Must move the pretty. I had a lovely hand-carved mango bowl. Had it for years. Catticus decided it got too much sun and knocked it from atop a tall chest, where it broke in two and I swear he smiled when I found him there, sprawling where the mango bowl had been.
    Having learned my lesson, Cletus’s perch is a cat pillow where normal people would place a pretty. In our case, Cletus is the pretty. Occasionally, he knocks off the pretties adjacent to his perch and then zooms around the house in terror. I will share his perch photo sometime.

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    1. Lord Dudley has the run of the house but is not allowed on the kitchen counters, the dining tables and the bedroom bureaus. Naturally these are his 3 favorite places. He only gets on them when we’re not home. Smart cat.

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