Tuesday, September 3, 2013

30 Days of Photographs IV - Soft

Me. Me. Me.  This event is about ME.

Well, at least today it is!

I saw the female put the soft cushy things 
in this large container.  I shall guard them.  
Oh, and I'm soft, too.

Sigh.  Yeah, soft in the head.

You want to join this madness?  Read about how Mike and Ziva blame each other for the topics.

Other photos:  Ziva's lair.


Agent 54 said...

You are an ole softy.

This reminds me of brisk winter mornings when I would help with folding the laundry because it was soft and warm and a cat would be at my feet.

Nora Blithe said...

Lol, mine come running when they see that door open. They want the warm clothes, though, not the door.

meleah rebeccah said...


Babs-beetle said...

A cat knows where the softest, warmest things to lay on are found :)

StarTraci said...

Was there static cling?
Very nice shot!

MikeWJ at Too Many Mornings said...

Okay, I admit it, that's cute.

Be funny if you gave the kitty a ride in the dryer, though, wouldn't it?

Nicky said...

You know, I've had several cats in my life and none of them has ever bothered with the dryer or clothes in the hamper fresh from the dryer. Maybe Canadian cats are wired differently?

nonamedufus said...

Oh, damn, another cat. Quick, close the door.

Ziva said...

That is one seriously cute and really stupid cat. Cats are supposed to lie on the clothes, not the door. :P

Cheryl said...

That's hysterical! Your cat is so floppy. Is its name 'Ragdoll?'

Janine Kain said...

cats always find the best places eh??

mike said...

I'm a fan of Fabric Softener Cat :)

ReformingGeek said...

@Timothy - He will get in there with the warm stuff sometimes. I'm trying to train him to hand them to me.

@Nora - The door, it is cool!

@meleah - He is non-stop entertainment....

@Babs - Yes, they do, and we let them, don't we?

@StarTraci - Probably. :)

@MikeWJ - Thanks. I have to pay close attention. Kitty going for a spin would not be a good thing.

@Nicky - Canadian cats must have thicker fur or something! Eh?

@Noname - Ah, poor kitty!

@Ziva - That's what I thought, too, but he can keep an eye on me when I'm at the washer. Above the washer is where his food is stored.

@Cheryl - Hee Hee. He doesn't do his ragdoll impression very often. He is all muscle sometimes.

@Janine - Yes, cats are clever that way.....sometimes. :)

@mike - Oops!

Katherine said...

What a BEAUTIFUL shot! The light, the kitty... you really knocked it out of the park. I hate to tell a terrible story on top of praise but my roomie in college told me her cat once went in the dryer and went full cycle... died of course.... that was the first story she ever told me and I never forgot it!

Glad you took a cat/dryer story and made it SO MUCH BETTER in my head for me!

Shawn said...

I find that if you line-dry them, cats will come out with a lot less wrinkles.

Malisa said...

Awwww! Cats are the best. They are smart and so curious. I like that in a cat...or a person. Do you think your cat gets on the door for the warmth...like it's not hot enough in Texas? Or does your cat just get on the door because he can? Probably.

lotta joy said...

I have never had a cat I didn't love enough to allow them to give birth in my sock drawer.

Unknown said...

I love this so much. That is an adorable picture.

http://howtobecomeacatladywithoutthecats.blogspot.com said...

That cat is EVERYWHERE!

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