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    butler2jc  about 1 month ago

    after kitty-sunspot-chasing nap, one needs a nap

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    jimmjonzz gc insider about 1 month ago

    Do the guys live in the path of totality of this month’s upcoming solar eclipse? I’d love to see their reaction to the stars coming out in a dark sky in the middle of the day. Last time I was present for such a moment I was in Piedmont Park in Atlanta. The sparrows and pigeons all collected in their roosting trees and went to sleep. And that wasn’t even technically a total eclipse because the earth and moon were closer together in their orbits so that even though the entire moon passed in front of the solar disk, there was still a glowing rim around it. If I remember right, that’s called an annular eclipse.

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    Gent  about 1 month ago

    Lazy cat…! Get back to reporting …

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    butler2jc  about 1 month ago

    following the story

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    Robin Harwood  about 1 month ago

    Sleeping is such hard work.

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    sarah413 gc insider about 1 month ago

    Sun, sun, sun, here I come. With apologies to The Beatles

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! (Free Dogsniff!) gc insider about 1 month ago

    They never do. Can’t nail one down.

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    BillJackson1  about 1 month ago

    I once read an item that said that if aliens ever land on earth, they will come to the conclusion that carts are solar powered.

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    scaeva  about 1 month ago

    This is absolutely spot on. I love the expressions on Elvis’ face, and the changing poses. We have multiple window shelves so the boys can get sun all day.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  about 1 month ago

    “There goes the sun….” (With a thousand groveling pardons to the Beatles.)

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    (Hey, Ma, look, I got the name right this time!)

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    butler2jc  about 1 month ago

    this is pawsome!

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    fuzzybritches  about 1 month ago

    The Venerable Boris used to do this. One day, at age 17, the sun puddle moved and he didn’t. Pretty nice way to go, if you ask me.

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    poppet bear gc insider about 1 month ago

    It was observed by my Dad after a long cat-sitting episode that the rug by the front door was always furry though he couldn’t see why as there was nothing of interest there. I replied that it was where the sun struck through the kitchen window in the afternoon (and only place of direct sunlight into the house due to the blinds in the other windows) and so was always occupied by napping cats. Like Elvis, the boys are annoyed at the moving sunbeam. I think that’s why they like going out on the back deck so much, hours of delightful sun to enjoy – I even have chairs out just for them to sleep in

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    tammyspeakslife gc insider about 1 month ago

    Quite the opposite from being woken up by hot hot flashes.

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    theala  about 1 month ago

    I have a sun room in my house. Taz always has access to sun for napping.

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    Gent  about 1 month ago

    I remember reading somewhere a long time ago that cats (yes, the domestic ones too) actually originated in Africa, and joined humans as they migrated and spread throughout the world. That’s why they, especially tabbys like the warm feeling under the sun. Whatever I said may not be accurate, but I remember reading something like that… In old houses, which didn’t have cooking gas stoves, the cats loved to sleep in the warm ashes of the fireplace above which cooking was carried on (when the fire wasn’t burning, of course).

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    Gloria Fleming  about 1 month ago

    Our first Time lapse footage, AWESOME job Burt!!

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    Queen of America gc insider about 1 month ago

    Our cats start the morning by lying at the patio door. (east) Then the move to the guest bedroom. (south) After that, it’s the afternoon sun by the front door. (west)

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    Kaputnik  about 1 month ago

    This is cuter than Trixie and her sunbeam.

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    hev1  about 1 month ago

    Why doesn’t the cat just sleep inside a house?

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    BlueIris gc insider about 1 month ago

    @Hevi ??? He is inside the house — the sun is coming in through a window and shining on the floor.

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    rlcknight  about 1 month ago

    Often when I see a big patch of sunlight on the floor, I think: there should be a cat in it. Even if I’m at someone else’s house! There’s just something so right about a kitty in the sunshine.

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