Monday, August 12, 2013

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29 comments:

  1. I love how she's so nonchalantly naughty! So cazh, hanging out in the sink...

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  2. Wylla has that, "Who me? I'm just sitting here" look down pat. Such a cutie.

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  3. I think she is saying I want a shower/bath. That is how I read her body language! ;-)

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  4. She is just so "sinking" cute! :-)

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  5. Don't tell me you're asking Mom for a bath, Wylla! Or are you just curious to sample the water from the faucet? You certainly wouldn't be the first kitty who preferred faucet water to a bowl.

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  6. An itty bitty kitty in the sink, wonderful!!!! she looks so matter of fact, taking it easy in the sink

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  7. Ha! Sweet little Wylla! My Frankenstein loves to drink out of the faucet!

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  8. She doesn't see what the big deal is.

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  9. I love that little face! So chill...and so naughty!

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  10. That silly monkey girl...Can she jump up onto the kitchen counters, or did she have to climb?

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    1. She just leaps. She hardly weighs a thing, so it's easy for her to get it off the ground.

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  11. Certainly not the first cat to sink-sit.. All 3 of mine do it. It must be cooler in the sinks.

    Was also perusing some of the older posts via the little thumbnails at the end of the post on the home page.. Had to laugh since several of them were links to the 15 Squillion fundraiser 4 years ago with the Darlings. Ah, such a lofty goal back then. Glad to know that we eclipsed that by nearly 10 times this year!

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  12. Faucet water is the best according to three of our five. Sometimes there is a line waiting for their turn. It takes so much time!! Sigh, what we do for our kitties :)

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  13. This makes me think of that commercial - "vhat are you sinking about?"

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  14. Since she gets so many meals that require her to 'stand up' she probably has more push-power to each of her ounces than the average kit...she just 'floats' and lands somewhere.


    All 'How did THAT happen?'

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  15. I feel like she's sitting there waiting for the magic to start.

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  16. It looks like she's saying "What happened to the water? It was just there."

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  17. What are you doing in the sink, you silly girl? Is there there anywhere in the house you don't try to get into? ;)

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  18. Wylla is adorable, no matter where she is. She does have that "What can I get into next?" look about her, though. She's a handful!

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  19. Thanks to an intermittently dripping faucet that needed fixing, one of my mother-in-law's cats got in the habit of drinking water as it dripped from it. If the faucet isn't dripping, he'll mew until you start it dripping for him. (Yeah, he's a little bit spoiled. Good thing LG isn't spoiled. Um, well. Okay, maybe he is, too, a little bit. LG likes to sleep in the sink sometimes, as well as licking drops from the porcelain surface.)

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  20. Waiting for a little drip! Let the water games begin! I know cats that insist on "fresh" water right from the tap....=^.^= Mary A

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  21. I love the photodocumentary of the progression from one basin to the next (each basin couldn't possibly be the same, right Wylla?)

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  22. This is why those touch faucets are a REALLY bad idea.

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  23. How nice of you to have two sinks for Wylla's enjoyment. What amazes me is how kitties will jump (or float) somewhere without knowing what's "up there," just that it's where they want to be. So trusting.

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  24. Wylla goes everywhere, doesn't she? She's sooo awesome!

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  25. Are we allowed to post links here? Because, if we are, I am reminded of a rather awesome "cats in sinks" site that I happened upon last year. As you might surmise, the content consists of photographs of cats, in sinks. :-)

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  26. What is it about tortoiseshells and sinks?

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