I know this is a terrible photo but it's my favorite of the week. After I posed Agnes at the End of the World by Kelly McWilliams with a red ribbon (which normally hangs from a knob so the cats can bat at it or drag it around the house) for Instagram, Fiona looked eager to play. Her wish came true.
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An action shot! Haha. My cat loves plastic. I think I might have mentioned it before. He would eat plastic. Not good. He lived 17 long years but I am not sure how. Ribbons were not that interesting to him.ReplyDelete
Yes, a blurry action shot! Cats are all different, just like kids. Isabel loves the little pull tabs from milk cartons and jingle balls. Fiona prefers lasers and ribbons. Occasionally, Isabel will march around dragging a ribbon (which is almost unbearably cute), but not often.Delete
Both of mine will occasionally attempt to eat plastic but I usually hear the crackling and come running to take whatever it is they've gotten hold of away from them. I don't know what's so appealing about it but, again, like little kids it's the things they put in their mouths that are worrying.
17 years is a good life for a cat.