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Cats at the End of a Catnap

Taffy glares at me when I lift the blanket to wake her for dinner. Photo by Louise Peacock

After lunch, the cats wander around the house trying to entice us to come and have nap, so that they can join us.

If we lie down on the bed, they show up right away, each one picking their living pillow (us).

Taffy likes to lie under the bright, striped wool blanket beside Bruce.

Taffy watches me closely. Photos by Louise Peacock

Gandalf prefers to lied beside me, and once he gets in position, dislikes to be woken.

Gandalf just coming awake. Photos by Louise Peacock
Gradually coming awake, and showing some resentment. Photos by Louise Peacock

His attitude changes when the brush is produced and applied.

Now we are purring. Photos by Louise Peacock

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Louise Peacock

Louise Peacock

Louise Peacock is a writer, garden designer, Reiki practitioner, singer-songwriter & animal activist. Favorite insult “Eat cake & choke” On Medium since 2016.

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