Whenever we can't find Sebastian, he can usually be found taking a nap on the bathroom rug. He just loves it there. Here he is sound asleep. I am always so tempted to go up to him and pet him when he's napping, because he's just so cute. But then he wakes up and gives me a dirty look. He hates to be awoken. But look how cute he is. Don't you just want to pet him and give him little kisses?
I haven't had the camera out lately, so I thought for this week's carnival submission, I thought I'd go back to October of last year and get out one of the cute kitten photos of Sebastian. As a little kitty, he had already shown his super curious personality. He's growing up though. And although technically he's looking like a cat, he's still a kitten to us.
We were watching tv one day, when we see Yaffa circling my overnight bag. We were wondering what she was doing, until we saw Sebastian pop his head out. Sebastian had found a new place to take a nap. And why not? My sweaters are pretty soft to sleep on. I wish I could carry him around town in tote. But he's too curious of a cat to stay in one place too long.
Just because the blinds are down, doesn't stop Sebastian from looking out the window. I don't blame him, there's so many nice things to see out the window. Especially those pesky pigeons. He is such a silly cat. It doesn't even bother him that the blinds are on him. He is such a funny kitty. Sometimes we catch him biting on the blinds. He leaves little bite marks on the panels.
Sebastian has been doing this thing lately, where he'll jump on top of the toilet and hang out. It's like his throne. He loves to hang out there. I like to keep the toilet seat covered, because Sebastian loves water, and I get nervous that he might want to jump into the bowl for a swim. Silly kitty, the bathroom is his absolute favorite place to be.
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