Sassy cats — Not much new

Morgan here. Gracie is snoring on the picture window ledge. For such a little thing, she makes a big snore. She also hogs the best bed in the window.

It’s been a weird week. Lots of house things got done — some carpet, paint selections and the realization that if you want something done you have to do it yourself. This made the peep both happy and neurotic.

Being neurotic must be exhausting. I don’t know personally as I am a very laid back cat. Some say (most peeps) I’m the best cat. I never get dramatic like Sasha or scared like Gus. Gracie and I just maintain our presence no matter who is here. We like to supervise.

Here is an old porch picture. I’m on the seat and Gracie is flattening out the top cushion. We are enjoying the weather. Miss that.

This week we came to the realization that we can’t go out on the deck. The peep has done her best by opening the sliding doors to the deck and some windows so we can nap on the sills but there is nothing like sleeping on the cool tile on a screened porch. Not sure I approve of this downsizing stuff. They owe us big time. Maybe a hairball on the bed but we are waiting for the new bed quilt to arrive. Every welcoming committee should come with a hairball. Oh yes, and a catnip toy.

Sassy Cats is not complete without a pictures of the lovers!

Have a great weekend!

39 thoughts on “Sassy cats — Not much new

  1. Hi Morgan – so nice to hear from you! Take it easy on your peep – she has a lot going on πŸ™‚ You will come to enjoy getting some nice fresh air in through the screen, even if it isn’t quite as good as your porch!

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    • According to the peeps, a deck is not like a screened porch. First, there is no roof so the furniture has to be covered until you use it and it’s hotter. Then you have to cover again. Second, third, fourth and fifth are the bugs. We cats want to go back to the old house but some other aliens moved in there and they don’t even have a cat (although they have two cat doors!).

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  2. Don’t give up on the deck deal. I think your peeps will work something out. I imagine they would like to sit out there without being bothered by bugs and stuff, so maybe a roof and screen are in the future.

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  3. Hey Morgan, realizations are funny like that. They just pop up and then they make you move on. We have had a few realizations in the last three years and like your lady peep says they can make you happy and/or neurotic. I’m betting the peeps are going to work out something with the deck. I am also thinking that Gus and Sasha, judging from the pictures, couldn’t care less about a screened porch! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. Well Morgan other than no porch or deck to relax on, you all do have a mighty nice new house. You’ve all found some great nap spots (important), get regular meals (important) and live with humans who love you (important) so all in all….not a bad deal right? Maybe one day a porch or deck or some kind of enclosed outside area will be in the works. My motto is “NEVER SAY NEVER”…….. happy Friday!

    Hugs, Teddy

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    • The peeps are too busy to worry about the porch right now and we cats are being considerate! (Not!) Life is good here though. The front window is awesome. Deep shelf and afternoon dappled shade (tree outside). We love it!

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  5. 😸 She looks just like 2 yr Emmy Lou, she don’t snore however meows and groans a lot (ℂ𝕙𝕒π•₯π•₯π•ͺ ℂ𝕒π•₯𝕙π•ͺ) it drives me and 15 yr old Washe tom cat nutz sometimes ❗️

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