Judeet:Maybe it should have been "things that make you go ahhhhhhh"!
If the Cats and the Dogs can do this, why is it so hard for the rest of us?
Bob:I know. I do it and feel guilty: I SHOULD be doing something constructive. To Dudo, this IS constructive.
A cat lying in the sun is the ultimate is peaceful satisfaction. Gee, I wish I could do that!
Ms. Sparrow:I do it, but not as freely. (And I also need a pillow for my head.)
When I die I want to come back as one of your cats.
One of those moments and you caught it, Mitch! Nice.
Jim:When he first did it, his hind legs were in the same position as the pigs, but he covered up when he saw the camera.
kistartle:I had just sat down and he wanted to make sure I noticed him.
Took me a little time for brain to work out 'friend' above, but got there. As long as Dudo finds the sun to luxuriate in, what does anything else matter?I've borrowed Dudo's name to give to one of three new visitors who clear up the remainders left by my two residents and the two wannabe-residents, who come in every day now. I've named this new trio - 'Sooty' (for obvious reasons), 'Toffee'......and 'Dudo'. The last is actually a tortoise-shell so most likely to be a 'she' - who always scampers away like greased lightning whenever I approach. But it's a perfect pussycat name, so thanks for the idea.
Raybeard:I love it. Dudo in Spanish means "doubt." You can always call her Duda (but then in English that sounds like doo-dah, doo-dah)! So, maybe stick to Dudo. Given his/her "doubts" about your approach, it's a perfect fit.
Of course, 'DudA' it will be from now on. Or at least until I can confirm its gender - and if it turns out to be M, though very unlikely, then I'll just have to switch back again. Thanks!
Raybeard:Sending warmest regards from Duda's namesake here in Spain.
It's always great to hear from you...