Our two littlest kitties are very concerned about the amount of time we’re spending on the closet/hall renovation; time that, according to them, would be better spent petting them into a purring puddle of oblivion and/or preparing dishes of minced caviar and steak. As a result, they have made themselves highly visible as supervisors during our process.
Meanwhile, our oldest kitty, whose aging sense of curiosity piques only when the unmistakable scent of canned chicken and giblets wafts through the air, has been graciously staying out of our way—and subsequently protecting herself from the dust in the air—by hiding in plastic bags. This may or may not be her version of the Senior Citizen Rain Bonnet that seems to become a staple of every woman’s wardrobe once they pass a certain age. She is 84 in human years, after all.
In case you were wondering, though, they’re all available for supervisory hire on your upcoming house project…as soon as their eleventh nap of the day is over, of course.
And as soon as we finish getting the last coat of paint up, I’ll share pictures of the rest of our closet/hall progress!
Happy Wednesday, blog friends! :)
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