Friday, November 23, 2012

Lets get comfortable!

During the winter, we feed horses along wooden fences outside of Barn Cat Mansion.
Every morning, Big Kitty comes out to supervise.  He selects a post close to the hay bales, and watches intently as each little stack of hay is pitched out.  He checks to see that every horse has its own pile and that they proceed to eat in an orderly fashion.

Big Kitty takes his job seriously, and from this perch, half on the post and half off,
he's ready to intervene if a fight breaks out among the herd.


  1. we noe R commint haz nothin ta due with
    yur post but we haz eated two manee piez
    and be sneekin over heer stead of werkin

    heerez a copee N paste

    hit it:

    burd day iz over but weez knot sad
    we eated noe burd N we bee trooly glad
     if ya haz sum pie ya can still cell a brate
    hope yur week oh end iz trooly sooper grate

    haza awesum week oh end, peace out N rock on

  2. I love the way Big Kitty has only the hindquarters on the post. So amazing! And I see he really needs to take that job seriously - you can see it in his face!

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  3. Never underestimate the flexibility of the King!

  4. Big Kitty's unique way of sitting on that post...very funny! He does seem quite intense about watching everything.