|DUDO BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN CHAIRS.|
(FINE NEEDLEPOINT PILLOW WITH ITS BACK TO THE ROOM... AND DUDO)
But some aesthetically placed throws weren't enough. Moose understands the difference between a sofa and a scratching post. Dudo does not. So we then bought more purple throws — to protect the seats and legs of the sofa and chairs from Dudo. Then, when there still weren't enough purple throws to go around, we added (temporarily) old, cat-clawed bath sheets in less-than-coordinating colors (blue, green, white). We usually find them all on the floor in the morning. But, I have hopes of being at least just slightly elegant, so I plan to pick up a bunch of off-white, machine-washable, throws to see if I can still carry it off.
For now, it's all kind of hideous if you ask me. But, of course, Dudo and Moose haven't asked me and San Geraldo doesn't seem to care. It's all about the cats.
|THE BOYS TAKE OVER THE SOFA. AT LEAST THEY'RE ON THE TOWEL.|
|MOOSE: "AGAIN WITH THE CAMERA?!?"|
DUDO: "JUST SMILE. HE'LL GET BORED."
|MOOSE: "OH, WOULD YOU JUST GO AWAY!"|
|HALF A VIEW BEYOND TOWELS AND THROWS.|
|YOU MISS THE POINT, MOOSE! THE THROW IS FOR YOU TO SLEEP ATOP,|
NOT FOR YOU TO CRAWL UNDER.
|MOOSE: "BUT I'M SO ADORABLE!"|