Footloose and Fancy Feast

A cat photo instead of an article. We, the cat and I, are at work on another project right now, and by “project,” I mean Angel is napping watching me work.

“Carefree”? Hardly. There is much work to be done:

By the way, “Fancy Feast” was (is?) a brand of cat food in America, and I assume, elsewhere.

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5 comments

  1. saminana · July 21, 2016

    🐱😍

    Liked by 1 person

  2. kstanlyksays · July 21, 2016

    oooh, pretty kitty. makes me miss having a cat around the house.

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  3. loisajay · July 21, 2016

    So cute. Yes, my little Parker is a Fancy Feast kind of cat. Seafood feast variety, in fact.

    Like

  4. Relax... · July 21, 2016

    I hope you don’t hate lolcat-speak, because indeed, that is one very pritteh kitteh. She likes you a lot, huh?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Mark Aldrich · July 22, 2016

      She and I get along. The moment she hears Jen come into the house, though, she will leave me mid-pet to go get mommy. Which is as it ought to be.

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