Cats are experts at patience. We dogs not so much.
MOL MOL MOM JUNE took the words right off the tip of my tongue. Diva Angel Madi had an internal clock... as soon as 4pm arrived the itty bitty small amount of patience she might have had disappeared. She wanted food at 3:59 not a minute later.Hugs C ecilia
Yep - that's just about the Ts first feeding time and proceeding that is the jump onto the Dad while he is sleeping. All 16 lbs or so of them. Jump! Body slam. MOL!
Haha - yes! This was probably meal no. 3 or 4 so they were not so crazed as a 4am feeding. :-)
Cats are patient during the day, but not so much at night. You two are most good looking.Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
Sweet kiities ~ no what ~ they are adorable to me ~ XoWishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
You two look so smoochable lying there. Patient?I think we kitties actually are.
Gorgeous and adorable kitties!
It is hard to be patient when waiting for food.
They are so cute.
We hope it's chow time real soon, cuties!
That sure does take a lot of patience!
Such cuties. Thank you for the kind words you left on my blog for the loss of my Emmy. XO
Aww, such cuties. My cat is not patient bu any means. MOL
Guys, that is patience of an epic proprtion! Well done mew! MOL
I'm not so sure Tommy and Teaghan are being patient. They are watching that empty bowl pretty intently. Are you sure they're not tapping their claws on the floor? and wishing real hard mom and dad would fill the bowl sooner.