Yummy and no guilt!
Joey has been in rare form. It is difficult to get a shot of him, since he is seldom still. Yesterday I was putting things in the attic; he followed me up there, and he was lost for a short period of time (seemed like an eternity). I feared he'd fallen down a wall or something, but I kept calling him and he finally came to me.
A week ago Friday, when I was dropping off his birthday cake (happy 27 years Andy!), I mentioned to Andy that Joe jumps into the refrigerator every time I open it. Every single time. Andy laughed and said that when Joey was a kitten he (Andy) used to put him in the fridge to keep him out of trouble. Wow. Really explains a lot.
And now Joey has learned to open the kitchen cabinets. He runs through the house, grabs the cabinet doors and swings them open and runs off. We are "baby-proofing" with rubber bands. Seriously.
I love taking pictures of him, but his constant exploration and motion makes a good shot difficult. I know my fancy-ass camera can capture motion, but I used my little point and shoot. Here is what I got this morning:
Joe clearing out my clipped threads.
Joe wanting in the bookcase to rescue the "cats" trapped there.
Joe wanting to scatter Scrappy Nine parts stored in the box, but Kitten forbidding him.
She looks a little annoyed; doesn't she?
Someone told me that her kitten was uber explorative like Joe, and he never grew out of it.