Santa stopped by to say hi. Isn’t he cute?
I introduced this canvas this summer and Santa finally dropped off the stitchguide for the Silly Elf. Wasn’t that timely of him?
Santa also dropped off an assembly required present for the boys. Richie had to supervise the assembly. That is his official job title. For a moment we were concerned that like all little ones he was more excited about the box than the resulting cat tree.
Once he figured out that this was the perfect, up high, perch he was a happy boy. I almost thought he was going to forgive me for allowing the interloper, Dexter to move in. That just garnered me a glare.
The crossed paws pose cracks me up. He’s such a star.
As you can see, he even allows Max to share the space.
P.S. Here’s where I got the cat tree. The refined feline
Anne Bloom says
Merry Christmas and happy holidays to you Ruth!
Denise & Linda says
Merry Christmas Ruth.
Oh, he is magnificent and the crossed paws are purfect. I do miss my ginger kitty…Sebastian. However, I've grown accustomed to the no hair no litter box life with Sir Chancelot.
Thank you for sharing your handsome boy. And what an awesome tree!
laura z. says
Merry Christmas Ruth! I do so love that crossed paws picture.. sooo cute! We have a cat tree that is almost exactly like that. Sadly, our 16 y.o. kitty no longer jumps or climbs so it's mostly used as a shelf to put things but in Perry's day, he used to lay up top there like your kitty. It's good to be up high so you can keep watch over your kingdom! 🙂
Oh, great! Now my kitty brood want a kitty tree like that! That is an especially attractive one.
Ruth Schmuff says
Get this, a friend of mine just emailed and told me the crossed paws thing is a typical maine coon pose. How cool is that?
I didn't know it was typical of Maine Coons, but Loki does it all the time, so maybe it is. And they look so regal doing it.
Gorgeous cat! Terrific cat tree! My Norwegian crosses paws like that all the time. She is soooo regal!