Ever since we got Sabrina we have noticed that she likes to hide. Remember she hid so well the first three days we had her that we couldn’t find her? Her usual hiding spots are under either of the two beds or at night when we are getting ready for bed she hides behind the clothes in our closet and waits for Smoky to come find her. Really funny. The most entertaining thing she does is hide under rugs. She roots round on the rug until she is all covered up and then peaks out just a little. If you look closely at this photo you can see the tip of her black nose on the left and her tail on the right. Bob and I can’t help but laugh out loud when we watch her do this. She will stay hidden like this for quite some time. We have a couple rugs in entry ways and we have to make sure we don’t step on her.
Smoky continues to be our big curious fellow. He is a big cat, not just a little chubby, but long, heavily muscled and big boned too. As you can see he doesn’t quite fit in his bed anymore but that doesn’t stop him from taking his nap.
I have mentioned before he loves explore any open door and gets into cupboards, closets and drawers and we have to be careful he doesn’t get locked in. Here he is exploring a new sitting spot. He is sitting there watching us watch TV.
Smoky is cute, cuddley, curious and clumsey. I don’t know if it is his big jelly belly that gives him a bad center of gravity but he is like a little bull in the china shop knocking over things, missing the chair when he jumps, etc. He also loves water. Rember the photos of him sitting in the bathroom sink and he plays with water dripping out of the faucet? This morning I woke up about 4 a.m. and heard this thump and saw Smoky walking out of the room where we have the bathroom toilet. I got up to investigate and there was Smoky sitting on the rim of the toilet trying to drink. He must have fallen in a few minutes before because there was water all over – on the toilet seat, two walls and the floor. Obviously falling in didn’t scare him because he jumped right back up for more. I shut the lid and went back to bed.
They are certainly both so much fun to have around the house. I wonder if we do things that entertain them?