[ A close view of Loiosh’s face — he’s an orange tabby, with white whiskers, and a couple of black freckles on his pink nose. ]
… but how could such a sweet, adorable boy possibly be such a trouble, you ask?
Like this, y’all. Like this. Continue reading cats: halping edition
[ Major Tom, a big grey tabby, stands at the edge of a big rock, looking down on the trees below. ]
Tom is usually all about Woods Day, and he followed me along happily enough when I went rock climbing.
But once I settled down to work on the day’s faery home decor piece, he disappeared.
Continue reading cats: dunwanna edition
[ A really, really big boulder is visible through a break in the trees. Above it is that ridiculous blue Colorado sky. ]
First thing I usually do upon finding a new Woods Day spot is take a little wander around, just to see what looks like fun. Y’all know me; a big pile of rocks is DEFINITELY gonna be fun.
Y’all ALSO know that hell YEAH, I climbed that thing. Continue reading Woods Day, big rocks edition
[ Loiosh, an orange tabby wearing a green harness, stands on rocky ground, hindlegs splayed as if for balance, glaring at a tree branch directly in front of his nose. ]
So Woods Day happened again this weekend, & I took SO MANY pictures, SO many. But I still don’t know why this branch in particular was so annoying to Loiosh. Continue reading cats: Dramatical Posing edition
[ A small white container of cat grass stands on a table; Loiosh, an orange tabby, is sniffing the grass, part of his muzzle hidden by it. ]
He just. Really likes it. Continue reading cats: look he just really likes cat grass edition
[ A pane of glass, covered in tiny, lacy frost flowers. Behind, blurry but visible, are treetops, with the sky above. ]
I hadda get up FAR too early to pick Jasper up from the train station, but hey, at least there was pretty frost on the windshield. Continue reading small beauties: frost flowers edition
Morgyn realized that we didn’t have any catnip at the house, so now there’s catnip in the house.
Also in the carpet.
Which is why Tom is now in love with the carpet.
[ Major Tom, a big grey tabby, is flopped on an oval crocheted carpet, eyes VERY WIDE. ] Continue reading cats: catnip carpet edition
[ A small longhaired calico cat, mostly orange and black with just a white splotch covering most of her muzzle, is hunkered up in a low cardboard box much too big for her. ]
Who’s this tiny girl? Continue reading cats: tiny calico edition
[ Closeup of weathered copper tubing, bent into a V shape, with copper wire bent into a similar shape and fastened on with really thin copper wire. ]
… more a ‘here is a thing I made’ than a process post as such, I’ve really gotten out of the habit of taking pics as I go, but, well. Continue reading process: shiny happy faery home decor
[ Major Tom, a big grey tabby, is flopped on his back, rolling in the dirt. Both forepaws are tucked in front of him, and all the beans on his hindpaws are showing. His head is tucked to the side, and his belly is vast and pale. ]
There is very little that Tom loves as much as a good roll in the dirt. He’ll dig an entire channel in the ground to roll in, too, because, apparently, of Cat Reasons. Continue reading cats: pose & roll edition