Friday Cat Blogging – 31 December 2010


I think it’s probably daft to pretend that I’m going to find something worthwhile to blog about today if I just keep staring at the computer long enough, so let’s get straight to Friday Catblogging and call it a year. Unfortunately, even though I’ve had two weeks to get my act together, I haven’t taken any fresh pictures of the furballs lately. So last night at 8:59 I decided instead to treat you all to a bit of cinéma vérité: Inkblot and Domino at snack time. Unfortunately, they didn’t really put on a very good show. Still, vérité is vérité, and this is truly a slice of real life, dramatic qualities be damned. Sometimes life just isn’t very dramatic. But still cute.

And with that, happy New Year, everyone. See you on the other side.

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