Alias won’t join me underneath the blankets (which Norma loves to do) but his favorite spot to sleep during the day is underneath my blankets. He’s quickly learned we don’t pay a penny more than we have to to heat our house.
I testified remotely in a legislative hearing. Norma, out of reach, meowed at the top of her lungs during most of my remarks. She wanted to let the committee know she supported whatever I was talking about. Luckily I found out the committee chair is a cat person.
Norma has officially claimed the new bed on top of the new cat tree as her own. As such, any of the sun from the nearby windows she claims as her own as well. (Don’t tell her Theo spent some time on top of the cat tree and he and Alias still have plenty sun that gets by Norma…)
Theo has always been so unique, so unlike all the other cats I’ve known… And quite frankly he hasn’t been doing well since his older brothers left him. He struggles to jump up on once familiar furniture, his nose has dripped for a prolonged period, he sneezes lots and throws up too much… I think he’s deaf and he’s certainly more confused than ever although that seemed to be his built in mode from the start. I’m so glad he’s still able to enjoy things like a new box to call his own.