As you may recall, the tiny cat had spent most of the summer upstairs on my suitcase or looking out the bedroom window. Then she spent a week on the step-stool in the kitchen.
Lately, she’s taken to sleeping on the back of the big green couch. This allows her to come down onto the arm of the couch for some petting when she needs it, but mostly, she spends about 20 hours a day just sitting on the back of the couch.
I must admit there’s something endearing about the lengths to which she goes to be aloof from things and right in the thick of them.
I want to see a picture of tiny cat.
Our tiny cat has discovered a new place to be aloof – the drawer under our new bed. It has blankets and everything to keep a tiny cat snug. And neither of the other two cats can squeeze under there.