Xeni Jardin at 8:49 am Sat, Sep 15, 2012
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His tail is lashing furiously, probably because he knows there are daisies on his head.
Not necessarily, some cats are just naturally twitchy in the tail. Lashing with the tail often does indicate some emotional state like being annoyed or angry, but it isn’t always. It’s like trying to read peoples faces for emotions. Often it does indicate emotions, sometimes they just look a certain way because that’s how they look at that moment.
Maru twitches his tail all the time without being agitated.
Stupid Canada, being so far away from stupid Australia. I miss my cats.
Somewhere in Japan there is a bong full of catnip…
Damn, Caturday is the best day of the week. I wish it happened every week.
Bliss is where you find it.
He’s got a tick under his left ear.
His right ear, but ewww, you’re right!
I didn’t notice til you said it… but man, the HD is so good you can even see the tick moving its legs!!!
For him, it’s the left ear.
Dammit, where’s my flea comb?
Sorry, I was so creeped out by the tick. You’re right — his left ear! Poor left ear!
mmm , those flowers are prolly asters ! daisies are larger , and different in other ways , although similar in appearance overall , flower-wise , and , same botanical ‘ family ‘ , different ‘ genera ‘
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