Interact With A Sunbeam

April 22, 2011

Cats, Pets, ZArchive (Old Blog)

It’s a neverending source of amusement to watch the animals interact with a sunbeam.  I think they have built-in solar panels that automatically know which way to face to maximize their usage of natural warmth for maximum doziness.  I was surprised to find out that the dogs do this also, although it is not quite as high an art form with them as it was the cats. 

I actually have pictures of the kitten shown here (yes, my full-grown much adult kitten, last of my three babies), but several were somewhat less than PG, showing clearly that he was a boy. 

Word for tomorrow – FAITH.  If you prefer to work ahead, see the list for the week under “A Word A Day”. 

To see how others might interpret today’s randomly selected word, check out other challenge participants in the box at the right.  For more information on participating in the challenge, click  the tab marked “challenge invitation”.

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I am adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at www.livingtheseasons.com or write me at dogear6 [at] gmail [dot] com.

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3 Comments on “Interact With A Sunbeam”

  1. hugmamma Says:

    Is your cat a Siamese? I love her languid body. And you’re so right about cats loving to laze about in the sunlight. Makes me feel like doing the same…although I’ve not as much time on my hands as they have. Sigh…

    maybe when mother nature decides to shower us with sunlight instead of rain…hugmamma. ;)

    • dogear6 Says:

      Yep, he sure is a Siamese. I had three of them at one time. They were all handsome, but also extremely vocal and cunning. I could never lock up toys on them – they knew how to open drawers, doors, and duffel bags

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