My dumb cat licking up shower water.
I used to have a cat who enjoyed sitting in the post-shower puddles and watching the water droplets run down the shower wall.
She also loved watching the spring water stream out of the dispenser until a bubble rose in the jug, which she would then watch until it got to the top. Then she’d switch focus back to the glass. Repeat until the glass was full.
She was so smart I wouldn’t have been surprised if she was an alien in cat form sent to observe humans in their natural habitat.
I worried that she would escape the house someday and get lost or run over or rejoin the mothership, so I brought her outside whenever it rained so she’d think water fell from the sky outside all the time.
I named her Lucy because she always had some ‘splainin to do.
This here is a jaw-dropping sculpture of Ellen Ripley from the original Alien movie, and it’s the best sculpt I’ve seen in my entire life. The silicone sculpture was created by Steve Scotts and shows very distinct features of Sigourney Weaver. Check Steve Scotts’ Facebook for more info and pics.
I would have made the part with the underpants.
I like to think of my cat as an alien robot.
It isn’t that her favorite hobby is wandering around sniffing stuff and meowing for no reason. It’s that she is collecting information about this planet through smells and echolocation. When she sits completely still in the middle of the floor doing nothing but swishing her tail, she’s wirelessly syncing that information with the mothership up in orbit, through her antenna tail. When she lounges in sunny spots, it’s because she’s solar powered.
She spends most of her time in sleep mode.
I like to help her in her little cat mission, though. So when she’s in standby next to me on the bed, and I am working with objects or food items, now and then I like to hold them out to her to sniff. That way she can collect and sync the information without even having to get up.
I bet she doesn’t like to sync information about oranges.
Mommm!!! He’s at it again!!!