I've been trying to convince my cohabi-tater that we have room for another cat. How many animals (including the human kind) at your house? Your laundry bill must be high, having a houseful of cats with white socks.
Sushi has gravitas, being the Elder Cat of your household. Gaz's image, in an ornate gilt frame, could go behind the bar in an old-style saloon. Noodle is very formal, but appears to have misplaced her bowtie.
Heh. Caught in the act! I thought about naming eKeetzen (our resident black cat, 98% black except for a tiny white star on her chest) Sheba, but was already well on my way to calling her eKeetzen. Does Sheba go out? If so, does she rust?
I found out via eKeetzen that some black cats' fur takes on a rusty tinge when they spend much time in the sun. She's rustier looking in the summer.
Does Sheba tear open the pompom bags?
Herman sounded brilliant. I met some folks who travel around with cats... they all come running when they're called.
I feed the birds too, but I put all the feeders out of eKeetzen's reach. I found out the hard way that one wasn't. She came to us an indoor/outdoor cat. We only let her out during the day, and quite often, I'm outside with her. I don't dare let Cassie out unless I'm with her, as she was very traumatized when the cohabi-tater found her as a starving wee fleasucked kitten, and she's still getting over that. I may never let her out unsupervised.
Eventually, I'd like to have a fenced-in area outside, so that they can come and go as they please, and I don't have to worry about them being hit by a car, or picked off by someone higher on the foodchain than them.