Monday, July 24, 2017

Inside Out.

I was on my cat tower just watching my hummingbird pals when I saw something very shocking. Get this: A bunch of times a girl bird would try to feed in peace when a boy bird would dive-bomb her and make her fly away! He also would fly at her when she'd try to go to the other feeder. He just wouldn't leave her be!

And then it dawned on me: it was like the Ivan and Caroline show in bird form!



O.M.C!

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Elliott On The Soapbox.

I was going to say something about déjà vu all over again when at the noon hour when we expected local news, all three major networks were live at that fool's parole hearing, but what is the point. All I know is that if cats were in charge, the world would be a whole lot saner.



OK. I'm done. Who saw Venus and the waning crescent moon before sunrise this morning? We did! It was wonderful. And since we're expecting rain over the next several days, this was a nice treat. If you missed it, check these photos out.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Caroline's Complaint.



I don't care for the label change from senior cat to geriatric cat. Nobody really knows how old I am and I am not going to say!

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Laze Laze Laze.



What else is there to do in the middle of summer?

Monday, July 17, 2017

Two.

Here's our resident roadrunner after a visit. He's been coming by every day and announces his presence by clacking his beak. (And yes, this was the sound our silly mom was trying to imitate the other day. Can you imagine?)



But the really fun news? He has a companion! We saw them across the road.

Of course, Mom was too slow on the draw to catch a photo of the pair, so we've improvised to illustrate.



Pretty clever of us, right?

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Back To The Hummingbirds.

What an exciting time we've had this week. First, thanks to everyone who joined the fight for net neutrality. You can read an update of yesterday's action by clicking on the graphic to the right. Pretty amazing.

Then, our resident roadrunner visited us three times this week. And by visit I mean he strolled right up our driveway! Of course, our mom had to get all weird about it by making what she thought was the same noise he makes. It's really no wonder he didn't stick around for long.

At least she doesn't try to talk to the hummers. And see those DIY humbrellas she made for the feeders? I think those tiny birds appreciate the protection from rain and relief from the hot hot sun I know I would.

Then again, I don't really have to worry about stuff like that.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

It's Wordless What?



Don't be wordless today.
We need everyone to join the Day of Action, save net neutrality, and keep the internet open, free, and — most importantly — CAT-DOMINANT.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

PSA: We Are Cats Who Support Net Neutrality.

We don't want to be slowed down or blocked or prevented from speaking freely or visiting whatever sites we want. Do you?

Tomorrow, July 12, sites from across the web will display a prominent alert on their homepage that shows the world what the web will look like without net neutrality. Because we so strongly believe in this cause, we are joining in. Visitors to our site on July 12 will also see this alert, which will easily enable the submission of a comment to the FCC and Congress in support of Title II net neutrality without having to leave our site. We strongly urge you to support this effort if you haven't already done so.

For more information on this important cause before then, see
https://www.battleforthenet.com/
https://www.savetheinternet.com/
The alert will only show once. To see the alert again, click here.

Monday, July 10, 2017

I Am Not A Weeble.



This is my preferred hallway pose.