Friday Cat Blogging – 14 October 2011

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Inkblot has been monopolizing cat blogging lately, so this week is Domino’s turn. Today, she expresses her level of excitement over Inkblot’s run for the presidency. She’s pretty unimpressed, and this might be having an effect: Inkblot’s swagger seems to be going the way of Rick Perry’s. He usually makes a mad dash for the food bowl when dinner time rolls around and gets first crack at the kibble through sheer momentum. But this week he’s been…a little more hesitant. And Domino has actually eaten first a couple of times. Is he losing his edge? Or just afraid that oppo researchers will tar him as greedy and selfish if they get video of his usual performance?

Hard to say. And Domino doesn’t care. We’re getting our last warm spell of the season around here, and right now that’s all that’s on her mind. Enjoy the weekend, everyone.

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