Owner David has sent us an entry appropriate for this frigid weather. It’s his cat Lily, who’s figured out a unique way to beat the cold.
We adopted Lily from the local animal shelter who rescued her from the mean, snowy streets of Maine. With such a beginning to her life, it is no wonder that she is always in search of comfort and luxury. When we’re not home to provide a comfortable lap, and there are no pools of sunshine to enjoy, Lily has turned to some highly creative solutions to meet her need for warmth. Of course Lily, as with all great kittehs, has other facets to her personality. As a kitten, after waking us up repeatedly with sharp bites to the toes at 6 AM, Lily was diagnosed with “aggressive play” tendencies. I guess you can take the kitteh off the street but not take the street out of the kitteh. She loves to be chased around the house, spun around on the hardwood floor, and pushed around a bit. She responds with flattened ears and defiant snorts, and dishes out vigorous pummeling with her paws. Of course, minutes later she is back stretched out on our laps in glorious repose.
I love the forepaws tucked into the heater slot!