Friday, March 2, 2018

Friday Felines

The other day, when the weather was still nice, I had the windows and the doors open. Relic was outside romping, but the other three were enjoying the fresh air from the comfort of the indoors. Rupert was at the back door, Peno was upstairs, and Burton took up residence in the dining room window.

While Burton is a bit of a talker, he doesn't usually do it without a reason, so when I heard him chattering away, I had to go investigate the reason...
We had a visitor! Now that might not seem like such a shock, but Relic has NEVER jumped up on the window ledge before.
Not only that, but it's a good distance up... it's got to be close to six feet off the ground. I'm not sure how he got up there, though it's possible he used the fence - though that's still a good jump.
At least he's feeling better! (Though he's a little put out that the snow returned now.)

9 comments:

Araignee said...

That's so funny that he is peeking in the window like that!

Vera said...

Cute pictures! Tyg is a jumper - and can jump very high (which is why we have to prop up the bird feeder we have hanging from the clothesline). Hope you are not getting too much Spring snow!

chrisknits said...

So cute! I wish I could hear Burton's chatter. I bet it's the cutest ever.

Tired Teacher said...

Love the photos!

kathy b said...

Oh We enjoyed a porch day earlier in the week too. It was so full of sun and hope!

The Well Fed Wheel said...

Wow! When he recovers he really recovers!! LOL Now lets hope he doesn't hurt himself getting down from that ledge for pete sake!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm a little put out that the snow returned too. It is really snowing and the wind is howling outside right now.

Giroux is not the least bit concerned. He is sacked out on the back of the sofa.

Eastside Cats said...

Relic, we are a little put-out by the change in weather too! 60 degrees F, to inches of slush and snow...grrrr....!

Delighted Hands said...

Ahhh, the adventures of our felines! They can be amazing jumpers! Great catch with the photos!