Why yes, yes I do, quite regularly! ;)
Snoskred:Yep, Dudo mentioned they've got a team at your house, too.
all day long with my 3 cats! and YO HOMEBOYZ; nothing better than philly soul music!
anne marie:I didn't know Hall & Oates were from Philly! I'm keep that in mind. I like some of their other songs better.
HELL YEAH! we are VERY proud of H&O!
I feel their eyes on me all of the time ... oddly enough, even at work!
Bob:The power of the cat.
Coooeeee! I regularly find my Blackso 'sleeping' on my bed, but despite his stillness I look again and find his eyes open watching my every move. It feels like he thinks I can't be trusted. Having known me for more than 17 years he ought to have felt safe by now.
Raybeard:I wake up some mornings to find Dudo next to me his face about a foot from mine, eyes wide open. It's adorable (and a bit disconcerting). They also have their moments when they don't seem to trust us. I hope they get over it in less than 17 years!
They are in control!
Jim:As if there were ever any doubt.
Your cats are so adorable!
Debra:We are in love!
That is one of my least favorite songs ever! It is creepy and malevolent. However, your boys are not creepy at all, just curious and sweet.
Wilma:So sorry about the song. It's not one of my faves by Hall & Oates. I'll try and do better next time!
Even more so when food is involved. I am certain cats believe they are in charge and you are there to do their bidding, they are simply supervising. Dogs...well, dogs just follow you around hoping you will sit down (so they can sit on you, definitely small dogs anyway) or drop food.
Cheapchick:Dudo used to always meet us at the door. Now he only meets us when it's time for his afternoon treat. Moose not only meets us every time but he follows us around the house... all day... and night.
I think your every move IS being watched.
Stephen:Absolutely. At this very moment... from the other room. I just peaked.
What gorgeous eyes your two have! One of our visiting kitties loves to sit and stare at me. Food may or may not be involved.Robin
Cat Lover:They do have unusual eyes, I think. Sometimes treats are involved. Other times not. These photos are examples of "not."
GOREGOUS PICTURES!!!!! Your best yet. He is so photogenic.
mistress maddie:Our niece calls Dudo "Kate Moss." He poses. Moose tends to turn away. Not as easy to grab that perfect shot.
I'll be sitting at the computer and feel a trifle uneasy - then I look over and Nicky, in particular, is regarding me with an intensely bayful look that suggests long standing neglect of at least two or three minutes. Nora has a woeful look that suggest tummys have not been rubbed since Queen Victoria was the reigning monarch.
Willym:Moose follows us around the house -- all day and all night -- and mews and meows as if he hasn't had any love in months.
Your kitties are so "uptown squeaky clean." Our Bert is a bit of a mess. He's got chunks missing from his ears from fights he had when younger. He also likes to roll around in dry dirt (something about repelling parasites, or so he tells us) and often comes up on the deck covered in the dust. Not a good look for a black cat.
Walt the Fourth:I'm sure they never used to get as dirty as Bert, but since we installed the glass curtain, they're even better.
Sinister dastardly cats, up to no good that's certain.
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