I don’t have anything to say, so here’s a picture of an apparently floating cat head:
Ajax doesn’t think it’s hard to get on TV:
Sure, that top is 1 15/16 wide, but to Ajax, that’s comfortable.
When you look into the bookshelves, the bookshelves look into you. Sometimes.
Tristan fantasizes about dinner:
Emperor Tristan I reports his plan for feline domination is continuing as scheduled:
- Despite jingoistic propoganda to the contrary, cat scientists have beaten dogs to the secret of hypoallergenic pets:
Cats produce a protein, FEL D1, that is an exquisite allergen for some sensitive individuals, meaning contact with a kitty results in streaming eyes, sneezing and general unhappiness on the human side of the relationship.
In an effort to bring cats to the cat-challenged, Allerca, a San Diego-based biotech planned to harness gene silencing techniques to develop a breed of cat that did not express FEL D1, thus creating a hypoallergenic cat. Allerca announced their plans three years ago, [sic] and started collecting deposits from allergic cat fans, but have now decided that their plans to use RNA interference were taking a back seat to a more traditional breeding approach, albeit one that uses genetic testing to select individuals that express low levels of FEL D1.
- Cats are working at the highest levels of the entertainment industry to infiltrate reality television:
The fur really could fly on TV’s latest reality entry: It stars cats. Ten felines, picked from animal shelters nationwide, will live in a New York house to vie – a la “Big Brother” or “Survivor” – for a grand prize, in this instance an executive-level job with Meow Mix cat food.
All hail the wisdom of our feline overlords and get them bowls of Fancy Feast now!
Ajax and Aurora, caught canoodling:
Fresh bread and fresh kittenlet…..mmmmm…..
A large home. From the French words chat (cat) and eau (water), as it’s the place where one waters one’s cats.
They hate you.
Jeez, how can a man work with all this disruption?
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I guess that’s why I wasn’t working when this photo was taken at 6:30 pm one night this week.
Remember, ergonomics are important. Fortunately, Ajax helps me maintain proper wrist angle:
Obviously, if a glass of milk appears underneath Ajax’s new sunlamp, it’s milk for Ajax:
If I ever develop osteoporosis, you’ll know why:
- The cats drank all my milk.
- Too much exposure to felinogen induced menopause in what looked like a healthy human male.
Ajax contributes to the effort to make Jeracor a paperless office:
Or perhaps he’s merely contributing to a paper-jammed office.
A Monday morning greeting from Tristan:
I think he’s taunting us.
If only we put a kitty door on the shower enclosure, Ajax would not have to go over the top when he wants to take his daily shower:
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Life is going to be a lot more interesting when he gets older and starts crashing into things as he tries to make those gravity-defying leaps to the highest points he can find.
Sheesh, what a messy geek house we have. Coax cable strewn over the guest beds and everything; it’s a lucky thing I am creepy and off-putting, for if we had guests, I don’t know where the sundry electrical equipment would go if we needed the space for overnight guests.
Fortunately, Dominique has learned to make do:
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