It’s Already Past Five and My Brain is the Consistency of Mush, So Please Accept This Picture of Two Tuxedo Cats Who May Possibly Be Bored
Posted on October 16, 2019 Posted by John Scalzi 13 Comments
Bored, or content? With cats it’s hard to tell.
That’s all I got for you today, sorry. I will try to brain better tomorrow.
I believe cats *are* content.
I need to post more pictures of my cats on my blog.
It’s all good, let your brain rest and get back to it in the morning. I recommend bran muffins and coffee.
My God. There is not 1 cat hair on that upholstery!
Do something fun and relaxing, and let your subconscious work out whatever it was that turned it to mush.
As a study in contrasts, the picture is quite rewarding. They almost look like mirrored universes, but with everything reversed or changed just enough to tell the difference. Which one is the real one is hard to tell.
Yay kittehs! (Yeah, my brain’s been mush all day too.)
Don’t know where this pressure comes from to feel obliged to post everyday.
Yeah! Which filter on your Pixel 3 edits out the fluff so thoroughly?
I don’t think cats get bored as frequently as we do. There’s always something (or somebody) they can go and destroy if life’s a bit dull.
I approve of any Cat content x
Cats: Alright, Human, do something interesting. We command you! Afterwards, you may feed us.
Been checking the news again, haven’t you.
Cat pics are a good idea, because I caught a glimpse of the news a few days ago and my brain is still mush.
After this last Big Push, I think you need a vacation. Without a keyboard in sight.
(viewing top to bottom:) Apparently, both — bored and content!
I’d say ‘bored’ if they very soon after starting running around like crazy, or yelling at you, or just started ripping something apart.
I’m not sure ‘content’ were accurate either; I’d go with ‘Waiting to get back to the important business of Sleep.’.