Sunday, October 4, 2020

Tails of Tolerance

This entry is just a short sequel to the one immediately previous. It’s to demonstrate that sometimes even Tucker doesn’t mind proximity. The bed is often neutral ground, where cats tolerate closeness that they would not elsewhere. Perhaps it has to do with comfort. Once one is settled down and in just the right position, there is no point ruining it just for a protest.

In any case, they stayed like this for quite a while. I was pleased.



 

12 comments:

  1. Hopefully this "peaceful co-existence" will continue!

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  2. That is so cute. They look like bookends.

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  3. And thereby lies a 'tail'...
    A cats tail makes for interesting
    reading to..!

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  4. I love seeing the peace and companionship going on between them. I think you are right as rain about the bed being neutral grounds for the family. And for the reason you mentioned. I know if I was still a kid, and a sibling came onto the bed and decided to have a nap with me...if I was comfortable to the max..hey..no way I am moving. I wouldn't even speak.

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  5. Tail tip to tail tip. Even a Neville paw on a Tucker rump.
    Nice to see peaceful cats in a restful pose.

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  6. Oh, that's good. It's wonderful to see peaceful coexistence, even if its root is laziness. :-)

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  7. Yep. I would be pleased too!

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  8. This makes me smile. Sasha and Saku are finally at this point too, they tolerate one another being close when it is time for a nap.

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