Tuesday, May 10, 2011

A Day in the Life of Lucy

A Day in the Life of Lucy

Lucy started her day with a little breakfast.

Then she decided to join Wally who was still in bed.

After her nap with Wally, she joined the family in 
a game of Scrabble.

She soon became bored with Scrabble and decided 
to play cards instead.

All the game playing tired her out, so she took another 
nap with the rest of the cats.

After her rest, she tried her paws at some arts and crafts.

The tedium of the arts and crafts made her nervous, so she chewed on a box to calm herself before her next nap.

When she woke up, she was hungry and demanded to be fed.

After eating, she decided that she would watch some TV with me and Annie, but soon fell asleep.

With her last burst of energy for the day, she caught a "mouse."

And she fell asleep for the night beside Ward.

The end.


  1. Oh I just love that!!!! Good job!! Good cat!!
    Very nice!


  2. Four cats? We only have two! And that is enough to keep us busy 24/7. Our two, Muffey, a 2 year old female, and Monty, a 5 month old male - soon to be a non/male any more! I hope that will slow him down a bit. This morning he fell into the bathtub while my wife was having a nice soak! He likes to watch and even stands on the edge sometimes. But as you can imagine a cats claws don't have lot of traction on the glaze of a bathtub! So he went in, not for long mind you! It would be an interesting project for some budding scientist to do a timing exercise, certainly it was less than a second, w a y less than a second. But still long enough to get wet. And time enough for him to open a number of sizable cuts on Julia's back as he made his way back to dry land. He didn't seem too upset though. I wrapped him in a large towel and rubbed him dry. He purred the whole time. It was not his first time to take a dip in the bath, and he often sticks his little head into the shower while we are in there. So he is not too afraid of water. I think he is our first cat ever to be not afraid of water. And we have had a lot of cats over the years. Well enough already, I'd tell you about our daughters adventure with cats when she washed one at the age of 3, but I an sure you have better things to do.


    1. Yes, we have four cats. Probably two too many. However, wouldn't get rid of any of them.

  3. Awwwww.... I LOVE the photo of all four on the couch together... such preciousness!

    1. That is an unusual sight. We often find two of them sleeping together and sometimes three, but rarely all four of them.


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