Thursday, February 24, 2011

No Sneaking

Ha! AAB Photographer was trying to do some nature-hippie "Boss Cat in his natural habitat" stuff the other day.

Well guess what? We're not Wild Kingdom around here, and I've got super-high-powered ears to help me hear (a) treats being opened, (b) gum wrappers being removed, (c) the pitter-patter of little feet and (d) not-so-stealthy Photographers.


Yup, I'm looking at you.

My natural habitat is Awesomeness,

Tober

15 comments:

JC said...

You look almost like a kitten in that photo.

A few Good Cats said...

Here's looking at you, you strikingly handsome man cat!

Cat of Nine Tales said...

You are looking exceptionally cute, Mr. Orange eyes!
~Lisa Co9T

The Island Cats said...

Why do the humans think they can sneak up on us?? They never can!!

Cute pic of you, Tober!!

Sparkle said...

The paparazzi - we can just smell 'em coming!

Frank's Corner said...

You are the most Awesome of Awesomeness EVER!!!!

ellie said...

U r one cool kitty, Tober!

Oskar said...

You rock, Tober!

Nubbin wiggles,
Oskar

Cauli Le Chat (at Mooresville Public Library) said...

Tober,

Good thing we felines have those wonderful ears that turn (independently) in different directions, so we can hear would-be sneaky photographers and anyone trying to take away our supper dishes.

Percy the Cat said...

What a mancatly photo, Tober! My mum tries to sneak up on us to take photos too. You'd think that our staff would realize that we have super-sensitive hearing and that sneaking is impossible!

Cat Mandu said...

Are you sure you are really you?? You look so different -- upside down!
Mandu

Kitikata-san said...

I like how this photo makes your ears look. You look like an upside down gremlin/yoda.

curator said...

Well I don't know, looks like you're doing what comes naturally there. You sure are a cute orange cat!

Trixie, Lily, and Sammy-Joe said...

Tober, our Mama is reading a book she got from PaperBackSwap about ANOTHER cat who lived in a library. Do you know of him? His name was Dewey. He was dropped into the returns bin when he was a kitten, and the librarians decided to raise him! We did not know library cats were so popular. Our library does not have a cat. We want to move to a town with a library cat!!!!!

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Hi Tober! We totally agree about your awesomeness! And we think that is a SUPER cute picture of you too!!