That there is (embarrassingly crooked) photographic evidence of a mancat being snuck up on...
...by another mancat! Indeed, housemate Toby snuck up on Evan, and a brawl ensued. I will spare you the photographic evidence of that battle.
For anyone who might be new to our blog, or at least new to seeing Evan in photos like these, I always feel compelled to explain that he is hind limb paralyzed. He also has scoliosis. His posture in the photos above showcases one of his very typical sitting positions. Don't worry, though, because this specially abled boy of mine gets around excellently, and he runs and plays and has a grand ol' time. He's my happy hind limb paralyzed hero!
"A ship is safe in harbor, but that's not what ships are built for."
-John A. Shedd
Wishing you all a magnificent Monday filled with motivation!
Did you know?
Did you know that a cat's whiskers are connected to the nervous system as well as the muscular system? The link with the muscular system allows cats to move their whiskers, something that is often noticeable with the whiskers on their cheeks. Sensors on the tips of the whiskers, as well as their overall connection with the nervous system, allow cats to use their whiskers to determine and navigate the environment directly surrounding them. Because of cat whiskers' deep connections and their overall significant functions, they should never be trimmed.