My brother asked me today to photograph him so he could have a heasdshot for his college ID.
Sound normal enough?
We had some fun and added some furry friends into the mix.
Maybee, Loki, and the furriest of all, Ian.
My vote is on the last one :)
So I held off the cat photos for as long as I could, but I'd like you to meet Odie and Loki, the two members of my crazy cat lady starter kit! Neither are purebreds, just very small domestic shorthairs. I got Odie when he was eight weeks old, from a friend. I never told my parents, and slowly moved in the litter box, food, and toys into my closet in the week or two leading up to his move in. He'll be three in April. He is like his journey home, slow, quiet, and sweet.
Loki, on the other hand, showed up on his own. The neighbour's cat was "playing" with him on my front lawn, and he was almost run over when chased onto the road. My mom was just coming home, and he followed her to the backstop, and I took him in. We asked around, but nobody claimed him, so he's been with us for just over a year now. [no clue how old he actually is, he stayed small ] He is fast, sneaky, and always up to something. [and never anything good!]
So here they are!
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