[ Loiosh, an orange tabby wearing a green harness, stands on a tree branch, looking up. ]
Loiosh, up a tree. As usual.
Stretchin! What’s up here?
[ Same spot, but now he’s standing on his tippy-toes. ]
& what IS that over there?
(It was probably Tom)
[ Same spot again, but he’s crouched down a bit, looking over his shoulder at something behind him. ]
Tom, in the sun.
[ Major Tom, a big grey tabby wearing a black and purple harness, is sitting in the sun, part of him hidden behind a big rock. Bare tree branches make interesting shadows over his face. ]
Loiosh, looking over his domain. Which, I wanna remind you, is everywhere. Everywhere is his domain.
[ Loiosh, seen from above, looking to the left & over the plains below. Behind him are a lot of big rocks. ]
Tom in his usual habitat, ‘under something, probably a rock’.
[ Major Tom’s walking through a low corridor between two rocks; he’s got his head ducked down just a bit, & his whiskers tucked low. ]
This is a classic school picture pose.
[ Tom’s seated, body facing left but looking off to the right. His magnificent whiskers take up quite a lot of the photo. Most of the rest is big rocks. ]
This is the other classic school picture pose. Now one of you go photoshop them together, you know how that works.
[ Tom’s standing, head & body both facing to the left now. There’s still whiskers everywhere. ]
… like this one, you know what I mean.
[ It’s the classic 80s-style high school photo, with one shot of the student looking off to one side, & another photoshopped into the upper right corner with the student looking up, with laserbeam! visual effects in the background. But the main photo is this guy & his cat, & the one in the corner is just his cat, looking wistfully into the distance, it is PERFECT. ]
In the meantime, guess where Loiosh is.
[ Loiosh has found a slanted tree & run right up the trunk; he’s about five feet up, clinging to the bark, one forepaw tucked into a fork in the trunk, looking back down over his shoulder. ]
GOT IT IN ONE