Saturday, March 19, 2011

Vantage point


It started out innocuously enough. Rumi was hanging out on the windowsill, watching the squirrels. Gadjo decided he needed to do the same. But being smaller, he had to stand on a stack of DVDs on his hind legs, and on Rumi's shoulders with his front legs, to see better. Then he decided he needed an even better vantage point...

(Think of this series of photos as one of those old-fashioned flip books.)






(His perfect, tubular little body and tail arc in photo 4 just kill me.)



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6 comments:

Bonnie Luria said...

I would have written something about #4 but, alas, I'm dead from being killed over this one too.
Honestly, these kitties............

loriann said...

heehee What they will do for the window seat!

ELFI said...

ATTENTION avec ces fenêtres ..
chez nous il y a plusieurs chats avec des blessures très graves..!

diddamsdigitalart said...

This is what is meant by sitting in, yes in, the window?burfbs Rumi seems to take it all in stride...

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Oh they are so sweet!
I was waiting for the stack of cd's to fly into the air. We also have endless entertainment with the little girls. Uncivilized, as they are ;)
Is that the stoic Miss Lemon.

Jala Pfaff said...

Bonnie - do you think they were invented to make us laugh? I often think so.

Loriann - Best seat in the house. Worth leaping for.

ELFI - Vous rigolez? :)

Donald - Perhaps this is the "catbird seat." Yes, Rumi totally takes it in stride, you're right!

Hi Mary - You're right, strange he didn't knock down all the CDs while he was up to his shenanigans. Uncivilized, indeed. (No, it's the stoic Rumi.)