Category Archives: cats

Boing!

Barn-E has been released from his nightly lockup and is free to roam the house. Last night he joined me upstairs.

It was the first time, Barn-E found the cat tree in my bedroom. Usually, Car-E was the only one sitting up there. Of course, Barn-E immediately found the boing-toy and started to play.

The noise kept me awake for a while, but eventually, he stopped and I fell asleep.

Car-E has no interest in the boinger anymore. Now, it’s all Barn-E’s. I just hope he finds a different time to play with it instead of bedtime.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 by Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Redecorating cats

I’ve used a throw on my couches to keep cat hair at a minimum, but not anymore.

Car-E never bothered the throw until Barn-E came into the picture.

Now I’ll find one or two sleeping beneath the cover.

It sure defeats the purpose of keeping hair off the couch when they are under the throw.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 by Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Feline help

My laptop is on my kitchen table. It’s the best place for me to write, unless one or two of my cats decide to help.

They all take turns sitting in the way or walking over my keyboard. So much help is hard to digest.

Of course, on below zero days, I appreciate the warmth of a cat on my lap.

My furry roommates make life interesting and give me an excuse to skip writing for a while.

Thou shalt not disturb a sleeping cat!

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 by Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Cats at play

I never thought I’d see Car-E twitching his tail so Barn-E could play. Well, I did today.

Here’s their playful video.

These two brighten any winter day.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 by Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.

Cat helpers

My cats think they are helping me. They are not.

When I go toward my sewing machine, they come out from their hiding places to help.

I do not appreciate this kind of help and have to lock them out of the room. This makes me sad because their antics make me laugh. When I send them away, I can’t see them. It is also the time when they get into trouble.

I wouldn’t trade my furry friends for anything, even when they are extra helpful.

Until next time, that’s all there is from Sunnybook Farm.

Copyright 2022 by Susan Manzke, all rights reserved.