Today is World Cat Day. Apparently, this is the third one - the third annual World Cat Day, not the third one this year. I’m not sure what one is supposed to do during this day or its purpose. When one has cats, every day seems to be Cat Day; one doesn’t expect children to be ignored except during the International Year of the Child. However, it is probably meant to heighten awareness of cats and their care, including neutering and spaying - always a good idea. And it gives me a chance to put up more pictures of my cats, and that's a good thing, too. (You may notice that most of the photographs depict my cats sleeping or resting. I think that their reluctance, nay, refusal, to contribute to the household revenues sometimes borders on impudence.)
Tucker tired out from snoozing.
Josie sleeping off a long night's rest.
Renn trying to get comfortable while Tucker sleeps some more.
Getting in some shut-eye before bed.
Josie tolerating Renn's presence. Or not aware of it.
Tucker being Tucker.