I woke up in the mood to write, but I had to go back to the dentist. When I got back, I had lost my motivation. So I decided writing could wait until later, and for now, I would break out the camera and take the time to get some good photos of Goose in honor of black cat appreciation day. Enjoy the cuteness!
One of the cutest blogs I read, Katzenworld, does a weekly post called Tummy Rub Tuesday where they showcase photos submitted by their readers. These photos generally feature cats being cute and exposing their furry tummies. The photos are generally followed by comments proclaiming the cuteness of said cats (I am often one of these commentators).
The images of fluffy cuteness just make me want to go find my own kitty (Goose) and rub his tummy. Unfortunately, Goose rarely tolerates more than one stroke across is tummy. I often think he lays on his back, tummy exposed, just so I will attempt to rub it and get bit. Its like some kind of human trap.
“I want to bite the human. I’ll look cute. Here comes the human. She’s rubbing my tummy. Chomp! Yum, human flesh!”
Okay, maybe he’s not that sinister…
He is super cute though, especially when him and the puppy are snuggling. Thankfully, the puppy really likes getting his tummy rubbed, so when I’m baby sitting him, I don’t fall for Goose’s traps all that often. Although, the puppy does like to try and lick Goose’s stomach, which usually results in his nose getting kicked.
Anyways, I’ll stop ranting now and get to the main purpose of this post: cute pictures!
In the two photos on the kitchen floor, the dark spot on the brown rug is Goose, mirroring Link’s tummy up pose. Goose, being a black cat, is very good at not showing up well on camera.
And if you want to see more cute tummies, check out Katzenworld’s Tummy Rub Tuesday:
It’s time for me to get back to revising that novel…