tabby cat sleeping in cat house tent

Chatty Cats: Sophie’s Predicament

Happy Friday! It has been a long-ish week, so I’m glad the weekend is almost here. I will be attending CatCon tomorrow, and it should be fun! I was invited as media this year, oh la la! I have promised the cats that I won’t come home with a new cat or kitten from the adoption area. Wish me luck with that!

Sophie’s Predicament

white cat coming out of cat house and looking down into a hole

Sophie: That’s a long way down.
Mama: There are steps right below it.
Sophie: Will I fit through the hole?
Mama: Pretty sure.
Sophie: That doesn’t sound like a yes.
Mama: Go through it and find out.
Sophie: I can’t.
Mama: Why?
Sophie: …cuz I’m stuck in this other hole.

The Week in Photos

Dexter stared down this puzzle.

tabby cat looks at cat puzzle

Sophie finished her meal.

white cat chewing next to pet feeder

Woodrow sat on my lap and looked adorable.

tabby cat looking surprised

Olive took over the comfy chair.

tortie cat sitting on a sofa chair

Catch up on past chats. Check out the latest from our Cat Lady Alley blog!

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  1. awww sophie that can happen … our mama got stuck once and her grampy came with a saw… the mama is still in one piece but the banister isn’t…. happy weekend to you all……

  2. Busy Busy!! Have fun at CatCon……nice that you promised not to bring home a kitten or cat from the event but – “never say never” when it comes to a cute little face!!!!

    Hugs, Pam and Teddy

  3. You’ve gotta take your chances, Sophie. I for one won’t climb a ladder even to get up on the bed. How comfy, Olive. Tell your human she better not bring home another cat.

  4. I was wondering how you tell Dexter and Woodrow apart. I have a cat that looks like them and I don’t know what I would do with two that looked basically the same! Maybe they have very different purr-sonalities? Probably you see their distinct markings? Enjoy CatCon!

    1. Good question! When we first fostered Woodrow, even my husband would mistake them for each other for a bit. But Woodrow is taller and 2-3 pounds heavier than Dexter. Woodrow has a longer snout. Dexter has a little scar on his upper lip. And when seen from far away, their fur pattern is different. And yes, very different personalities! Dexter is super timid. Woodrow loves company and is the only one who will consistently visit and sit on stranger’s lap.