She may look as if she's doing nothing, but I bet she's thinking about what to get into next.
Channeling her inner Hollywood glamour starlet..
Work it, Wylla!Your busy little mind is plotting your next adventure!
She looks good doing anything, especially nothing! :-)
Wylla, can you share with us what it is like to be beautiful & idolized, with a life of leisure?
Dahling, would you mind fetching me a bon-bon, er, treat? Thanks ever so. :-)
Lazy becomes her!
I think she is waiting to host an Itty Bitty Kitty Committee meeting at her Itty Bitty Kitty home led by the Itty Bitty Kitty Chairkitten, Itty Bitty Wylla and Itty Bitty founder, Ms. Bean.
Oh JEEZ, those PAWS! especially in #5
That fur just begs to be mussed (more mussed, I mean). Actually, the more lazing about she does, the faster she may gain weight. Laze, Wylla, laze!
She really is playing the idealized celeb here, isn't she? Gorgeous, pampered, making the camera love her yet so essentially gracious in her ways the public and even her 'handlers' adore her. :)
Such a beauty!
I love Val's comment. I do know that although I haven't said anything in a while, I adore her..she is beyond beautiful and engaging to the max. ALL of the kitties you have ever posted here or on Flickr just bowl me over.
Chill'n!! life is gooooooood!!!!!!!
I think she's working on her next novel.Patti
The last picture is postcard worthy.
I'm sorry for being OT, but I need a little advice. Last night I took in a 5 year old cat named Jo-Jo who needed to be re-homed. She spent all of last evening in her carrier on a table. My other cats were curious but generally kept their distance. JoJo growled and hissed a little but my other cats didn't. There was no fighting.JoJo was put the spare bedroom where she could be alone (she has food, water, toys, and a litter box). I came in to talk with her and my other cats came with. They were more interested in the food and other items and stayed away from JoJo. But JoJo still hissed a bit and stayed back.How much can I do to help JoJo relax and adjust to being with me? I don't want to push her too far, but I don't want her to be stressed out or feel unloved. Thanks in advance.
Jason, I often recommend these resources to new adopters for introducing cats. http://www.petfinder.com/after-pet-adoption/introduce-new-cat.htmlhttp://www.petfinder.com/after-pet-adoption/cat-to-cat-introductions.htmlhttp://www.petfinder.com/after-pet-adoption/introduce-cat-introduction.htmlI'm assuming JoJo has been tested for FIV/FeLV before mingling with your kitties. Thanks for giving her a chance!