Friday, January 22, 2016

HOBART IS NOT SCARED OF HEIGHTS

Heard some rustling in a pile of packing paper...it was Hobart exploring things.


"What are you looking at?"


"Wait a second...what's this?"


"Ah...a cozy napping place.  Who cares if it's 15 stories off the ground?"


Gotta love the fearless kitty!

25 comments:

Cheryl Thomson said...

he really is magnificent! so glad you put a blankie in the window sill for him...

jewlz said...

Last time I moved with a long hair black Cat, I found him hiding in the upper kitchen cabinet. Scared us both lol.

Texas Rose said...

Another dramatic episode of “Downton High-Rise”: In this episode, Lord Hobart shows us how very necessary it is to have a butler, “1st Man-Carson, would you kindly bring me a nice, soft afghan and place it in the window and then, if you please, clean up the mess I made over there with the pile of paper?” In the next scene, we see Lord Hobart relaxing and enjoying the benefits of being the Earl of Grantham-Houston while he awaits his gourmet supper prepared by Cook 2nd Man-Patmore.
Join us next week for another exciting installment of “Downton High-Rise” when we see Lord Hobart and his best mate Brisbane at the local cricket match held on Laundry-Room Field; Lord Hobart displays his superior skills of throwing balls (and assorted squeaky toys) to the batsman Brisbane with astounding mastery.

Delores said...

Aw...you made him a comfy spot. You can tell he appreciates it.

anne marie in philly said...

awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! not a care in the world there!

laurie said...

wow, now thats a birds eye view!!!

Anne in the kitchen said...

That is the life!

Gail said...

After all that paper work, he was exhausted.

Carla said...

This was great.

Alison said...

Yet another reason to read this fun and lovely blog. Thanks!

Alison said...

Stoytellers have been revered throughout history. I'm glad to be sitting around your (and Tex's) 'campfire' to hear your tales of daring do, discovery and beauty. Thanks!

Margaret said...

How adorable! There's something about windows - our cats LOVED them too.

Milly and Me said...

Awww... what a beautiful cat you have :) Wouldn't be without my two ~ they definitely make a house a home.

1st Man said...

Thanks! Yeah, he's not spoiled or anything, ha.. .

1st Man said...

LOL, I can imagine!!!

1st Man said...

You win!!!! Not sure what, but you DEFINITELY win!! That was friggin awesome, thanks!!

1st Man said...

Carla and Alison, yep indeed, great and fun to have everyone participate.

1st Man said...

Yep, he looked for a couple of minutes like "um, really, NOTHING to lay on?" and of course I ran into the other room and got something for him, ha.

1st Man said...

Oh how we could all learn from cats, right? ;-)

1st Man said...

Yep, he loves watching cars and people move below.

1st Man said...

As was said above, not a care in the world (other than 'when is the next meal coming', ha.

1st Man said...

LOL! Now that's funny!!!

1st Man said...

It's like a virtual campfire, huh? Luv ya!!

1st Man said...

They do seem enthralled by them don't they?

1st Man said...

Very sweet comment, thank you. Yes, they make wherever we are, "home" that's for sure.