European peacock (Aglais io)
Does he want his belly pet or does he want to savage any hand daring enough to attempt touching his soft silky tummy?
The answer is YES!
And any pain totally worth it, by the looks of that floof.
Can comfirm. Totally worth the 30% of the time it is a trap!
We have a very similar cat named Mr. Bits.
He doesn’t do the belly trap thing though, which is good because at his size, he’d be grabbing just below your elbows.
What a beautiful photo!
But also, does he want to murder his tail???
Beautiful photo of a stunning cat!
Our boy is pretty big too. Chonky, long, and just big. That grey cushion is from a divan seat and the grey basket below is 12 inches long.
More squirrel laziness
Dragonflies locked in a “69” position; I think they’re mating, but the anatomy seems wrong:
Thanks. He busted in on a small photo shoot one day, so I just went with it.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen him chase his tail. I do have some memories I would rather not have courtesy of things he chased in the pre-dawn hours, but no, not his tail.
Thanks. Animal photography gets a whole lot easier when you cheat. Bits isn’t as heavy as he looks, but he is just plain big. Very nimble for his size, and fortunately has the temperament of a gentle giant when it comes to the other cats.
That’s correct: two are striped vertically and one is striped horizontally.
Not the ‘UC’ I was looking for, feel my squick:
You win … a big tuft of cat fluff!
As best I can fathom, it is some sort of 'pede, (centi, milli, something) whose nest of eggs just hatched lots of baby 'pedes.
My skin is still shuddering involuntarily.
I’m not an insect/lizard person, but those are some pretty colors. Think I’ll forward that to my mom who is an insect/lizard person.
(As in Cat People or Dog People, not an alien in disguise)
Probably this cute fella.
I knew what you meant; I don’t believe in the ‘V’ sort of Lizard people…