(Entry #10) Felis catus. Meow.
Easily recognizable and identifiable- or are they? But is this a wild housecat?
Now first, I'll introduce you to our wild housecats.
Atticus - A truely wild creature. None may truly tame him- although at one moment he may be an adorable little sweet housecat, and the next it seems someone let a cougar in the house. He also has a tendency to go out and come back in over and over again.
Cato - He is sweet and cute and crazy or one of those or none of them or all of them. He sticks his big tongue out a lot. He likes to leap out of the brush at you and rub up against your legs. He is a fluffy terror, to say the least, with a lot of energy. He has many titles.
Octavius - Better known as Octi. Not quite as wild until you trap him in a room with you, in which case he will turn to his wild instincts and come for you. Otherwise he eats and sleeps. And eats. And sleeps. And walks around the living room asking for food. He is incredibly heavy.
And to meet the wild outside cats and learn more about the wild housecats, go to https://www.lcnfarm.com/the-cats.html#/.
And now those foreign kitty countries! They come in many many colors and many many shapes and many many fur levels including zero. It's probably just best I don't talk about it because I don't know that much about cats, except that they are mammals and asiatic lilies can prove fatal.
But black cats are our specialty, although there are some honorary black cats, including the 15-year-old orange Sahara.
And kittens! Ah! Kittens! They're so cute! And prepare now for a formidable gallery...
I like observing animals, especially birds. I also take care of the goats. I like goats.
My assistant photographer! She also takes care of African geese.
Another assistant photographer! She takes care of the rabbits, and the hutch is teeming with crawly things.