Yaffa was sitting next to me one day on the couch, and I saw her, getting ready to take a nap. So I took this photo, because she looked so cute, with her head resting on her arms. With her eyes getting all drowsy, and minutes away from a cat nap. So cute!
The cats are really quite close to each other. Where ever one is, the other is not far behind. They love to hang out together whenever possible. I caught them one day on our bed, just hanging out. Don't they look like twins? Well, not twins exactly, since they don't have the same fur, but they're mannerisms are quite the same, and they act like copy cats, "twins". Sebastian likes to mimic mommy cat and vice versa.
So we've had a daily visitor lately by our Kitchen window. He comes by everyday, to "knock" on the window, to see if he can get inside. We keep a bird feeder on our fire escape, and our new friend goes there frequently. But he's also discovered our kitchen window, which wafts of food smells. Luckily for him and us, there is a screen to block him from coming in. Otherwise, the cats will have a field day with the new creature!
I found Yaffa one day, taking over Sebastian's favorite spot in the apartment. She was taking a cozy nap on the radiator. Doesn't she look so cute? I just want to rub her belly and give her kisses. Today went up to the 50s! So the cats will probably be bored of this spot soon, since it's getting warm again.
Sebastian likes to act like he's a big kid. He is afterall 1 1/2 now. He pretends like he doesn't like mommy cat doting on him, cleaning his fur, cuddling him. When we're watching he acts like he's sayin, "aw, mom, cut it out." BUT, when we aren't watching, I see him giving mommy Yaffa cat hugs, and cuddling while sleeping. I did catch him one day with the camera when he wasn't looking, here he is giving momma Yaffa a big hug as they take an afternoon nap.
Novice urban gardener & beekeeper documenting my adventures in gardening in NYC. I garden by trial & error. My goal is to grow my own organic food, recycle & conserve.
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