Mary Robinette Kowal

I can haz sunbeam?

Harriet has been felled by sunshine

By Mary Robinette Kowal

Mary Robinette Kowal is the author of SHADES OF MILK AND HONEY (Tor 2010) & won the 2008 Campbell Award for Best New Writer. She is also a professional puppeteer.

20 replies on “I can haz sunbeam?”

I like how the wire is just right in the way and it’s not as if his paws are touching it – it’s touching his paws. And he’s not really getting the wire, because, of course, he’s not allowed to get cords so he’d never do that. It’s literally on his paw and when it’s getting all on your paw, what can you do? I mean, right?

Aww, look at that sun-warmed stripy tummy! I just want to pet it, even though I suspect it would be a Very Bad Idea ™.

In other news, your cat has learned to transmit telepathic sleepy waves through the internetz.

That’s ok if your cat is not an albino. We just noticed that our 8 month old white cat’s ears had weeping bumps on them. Took him to the vet and found out that he is an albino cat. Now we have to put sunscreen on his ears each day.

@Mary Robinette Kowal: I suppose that is a true thing, though not one I’d ever considered. Relatedly, I saw a cheetah paint with its feet at Wildlife Safari last weekend, and they purr *really* loud. Might be worth considering if you’re looking to harness the power of kittehs.

always has been.

and my kitty, who looks remarkably like the pictured kitty (albeit I think Zeus is larger kitty) loves having him belly rubbed. But then, so long as you’re rubbing or petting pretty much any portion of him, he’s purry with that.

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