As most of my friends and blog followers know I have two ‘substantial in size’ cats. They are “my guys” I have had them with me since they were 5 weeks old. They are now almost 7 years old. And as I say they are substantial.
Both Franky and Jonny are gental and gracious, easy going (unless cornered) and pose in a manner that lends itself to great beauty. So I was most astonished, the other evening, when I came upon them where the light was rather dim, to find them in disagreement with each other.
As the lighting is bad the two photos are blurry but here is Jonny who is distinctly portlier than Franky and he is definitely taking exception to Franky, who off-camera appeared to be smirking at him. Truly, Jonny is in a most unattractive, undignified pose. (although if you look in the first picture at the top you’ll notice Jonny has always liked to sit in that pose, LOL)
and the second blurry photo is Jonny pointing out to Franky that he is not a chub!
In a little while all was made up and the evening ended amicably between the two.
Animals are amazing and I love them all. I hope you enjoyed my playful take on my two favorite felines.
I hope all are have a good week and taken a little time out for fun!
14 thoughts on ““My Portions Are Magnificent!””
Typical siblings! LOL
xo 🙂 🙂 xo
Yes they are, RoSy, interestingly Franky is actually the alpha cat, I guess Jonny just felt brave in the moment, LOL 🙂 xo
So sweet. I can imagine if they actually got into a fight with each other, it would be like Godzilla and King Kong fighting in San Francisco. Destruction everywhere.
They are cute with their … ahem … proportions.
Tell your buddies I said Meow !
I certainly will, they actually don’t meow, being more sophisticated they sort of murmur, LOL! Maybe I am a witch and they are my familiars, ha,ha,ha!
Well, in that case, I need a couple of cases of anti-aging potion, and stat ! 😀
Nah, your perfect just the way you are! 🙂
🙂 You got me blushin’, Penny. 🙂
Thanks for another wonderful post! I include (I’m not sure she would say feature?) my cat in my work because I believe she is an icon of calm, we got her when I was having chemotherapy and some days the only light was stroking a purring cat…. She is almost ten now and I am still grateful!
Though conflict arises between the two cats, at the end of the day they still made up with each other. How I wish people especially the politicians can do so.
I also, feel the same, Yoshiko!
Yea, Penny, isn’t that being with true family members and friends?
Indeed it is! 🙂