This is a typical scene from the Miao House.
It’s definitely a four-cat-night here… may I borrow them? (I’m c-c-c-cold!)
Yes, you may borrow them, so long as you return them before it snows here (possibly tomorrow night). stay warm!
*holds nose and jumps off the high dive into the floof* FLOOOOOFSHHHHHH!!!!
What a great pic!
Oooh, I am so jealous. Also swooning at the floofage.
So glad to see the Miaolings in harmony with their uncles!
Sprockers is getting big.
There is so much floofy harmony here. Sprocket and Chun are still pests to their uncles a lot of the time, but Sprocket has earned their trust enough to nap by them.
P. Tashi is well protected from the elements on three sides.
I knew Sprocket was getting big, but whoa! he’s bigger than the Bear
His belly is getting bigger than the Bear. It’s hard to believe my eyes. It’s not just a trick of the camera.
P. Tash always finds the best spot. Right now, he’s snuggling with Ping.
yaaaaaay! a kitty pile!
Holy cow-spotted cat! I didn’t even recognize Sprocket until I read the comments about him. He’s huge!! He is going to be big like me, isn’t he? 😀
Yes, he may be a 16lb cat one day!
Ours tend to take up strategic posts round the house. Rarely together. Top of the stairs? Check! Big bed? Check! Kids’ room? Check! Under the kitchen table? Check! Hallway? Check! It’s hardly possible to move more than a few yards without having to salute one of them!
That means you’re always within reach of floof!
The Miaos tend to cluster together but Chun and Lotus like their solitary outposts.
Endless floof…what could be better? Truly lovely, warm, CUDDLY WONDERFULNESS!
Nothing is better than endless floof except more endless floof.
That is so cute!
Oh, I nominated you for an award.
Check out my blog if you have the time. 🙂
Thanks, Dianda! That was sweet of you.
I want to come over! I want! I want!
You’re invited. 🙂
::crawls in the floof:: Ahhhhhh 😀
Damn cats. Here I am at work freezing my hands off and they are making me green with envy. Sigh.
Awww ❤ Super cute!
How do you do that? My cat’s mostly hate each other!
I think it is Ping’s benevolent influence.
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