What the heck? How are the humans attracting the cats’ attention… there? And who had enough patience and attention to detail to be able to create that table runner?
Gonna guess either laser pointer, a bird jerk out of view , or a moth flying around the lights for the first question.
Someone retreating into ever more intricate rituals of crafting brought on by living with [counts] five cats in the Age of Covid Confinement for the second.
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This is evidence of a spare (cat free) room or the project would have to be worked through an estimated 7 times before the crafter was able to complete it, what with all the help the cats were always willing to give.
My cat used to track sky raisins that were attracted to the lights like that,and when the moment was just right, she would pounce, and then munch, so yeah, there’s prolly a bug involved.
“sky raisins” snicker….
even funnier is when a dog chases and catches a bee.
One Fourth of July a sister-in-law had an Irish setter that insisted on retrieving firecrackers. Nothing very big, but the cracker would go off in his mouth and he kept coming back for more.
Those cats mean business. Five of them, and none of them have knocked any of that stuff off of the table? It’s not natural.
There’s actually SIX of ’em.
If they get their backs up, an army of cats is nothing to mess with.
shouldn’t that be painted on black velvet?
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