This afternoon I decided to try and do something nice for my animals. I opened a can of tuna and took it to the barn. Here's Bailey finishing off his share.
I doubt there are many things in the world that Bailey relishes more than a tuna can.
He likes a tuna can like I like pizza. And we eat it about the same way.
Here is the Grand Dame. She was raised here as a kitten and is now about 14 years old.
Make no mistake. This is HER hay. Thank you very much. Now go away. Leave me alone. This is also MY barn!
Cody Pony doesn't like tuna. So I gave him some new hay and a new bag of sawdust. He rolled in it immediately.
Like the older cat, he prefers to eat alone. He was telling to get lost with that silly camera.
And let me introduce you to our NEW cat. This is Penney. She showed up a few weeks ago. Very, very pregnant. But she is not pregnant now.
She and her new kittens are doing just fine. Though a young cat, she seems to know how to be a mother. She is small and very polite.
When Bailey and I come into the barn at 4:30 in the morning, this little cat always shows up on her on perch. She and Bailey have become pretty good friends. Even the older cat seems to tolerate her - and that's saying a lot.
But, yes, Bailey's still #1. He knows he is the only animal that gets to live in the big house. And he knows it is time for him to get his real meal after this appetizer.
Thanks for stopping by. Maybe I should call this my monthly post...!