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Seems to be doing ballet in his sleep...


harimanjaro says:

So elegant!

15th Aug 2007, 13:07

Puddikat says:

Aw, I'd love to know what he's dreaming about : )

15th Aug 2007, 13:50

hildegard says:

I think it's a clown part but I can't identify the ballet...

15th Aug 2007, 14:31

Puddikat says:

Think your right.

15th Aug 2007, 14:46

minkey says:

Not sure about the ballet, more an opera...Probably playing in Madame butterfly
and having lots of fun :-)

15th Aug 2007, 15:49

hildegard says:

Who has fun in Madame Butterfly? ;)

15th Aug 2007, 15:51

Caine says:

Perhaps it's more Gilbert & Sullivan, Hildegard. :) Ace photo!

15th Aug 2007, 16:22

hildegard says:

Glad you like it. Now I look closely, there's a worrying something of Skimbleshanks from Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats...
G&S;, hm... he'd be a tenor lead in that case; the comedy roles are always older... Judging by his gravity-defying antics, my vote goes with Strephon from Iolanthe - half fairy, y'see...

15th Aug 2007, 16:50

MaggieD says:

On first glance I thought he was about to indulge in a bit of kick boxing ..... but the ballet pose is a much more fitting one for such a sophisticated cat .....

15th Aug 2007, 17:45

hildegard says:

Sophisticated? No cat that flatulent could be called sophisticated. My own fault; he got to the dregs of my Sultana Bran - even ate the sultanas. Weirdo.

15th Aug 2007, 18:12

MaggieD says:

Oh dear, and I bet he was not discreet about it (I hope he is house trained) ....

15th Aug 2007, 18:16

hildegard says:

Discreet? Is that where he curls up on my chest, tail toward my face & lets go a poisoner - but silently?
As far as I'm aware, house training kittens requires only to tell them where the facilities are located. Realise I may have been lucky.

15th Aug 2007, 18:30

MaggieD says:

As to house training, you are right, most kittens/cats that we have had have been excellent as far as house training goes, our only problematic one was a rescued ginger ....

15th Aug 2007, 18:52

Dhamaka says:

he looks divinely happy

15th Aug 2007, 22:28

hildegard says:

Characterful, right enough; has proper kitten fits & goes utterly bonkers - first I know of it, I've got a cat attached to any given limb by all four sets of needle-sharp claws & a full set of pointy kitten teeth.
When he first discovered spectacles, I had a rough couple of days, but he seems over that now...

16th Aug 2007, 07:32

Jane Doe says:

but does he have a penchant for dangly earrings yet? Kipling was v attached (literally) to mine : )

21st Aug 2007, 15:23

hildegard says:

I'm not even going to go there. Don't think it'll be safe to wear jewellery until he's about 4.

21st Aug 2007, 17:07