Weekend Weary

This is what happens to two little kitties who spend way too much time outside during the weekend, “helping” the Mom clean up the yard after a big storm.

Long Day

ZZZZZZZ

Shakespeare is tired

Dreaming

Now don’t let them try to convince you that they’re little angels ‘cuz they’re typical little boy kitties.  Hemingway decided he had to “help” me make the bed with the fresh sheets that had dried outside.  I finally had to shut him out of the room.  Both boys woke up early and thought they should get me up as well.  However, it’s so cute when they finally do crash ‘cuz they sleep so hard and peacefully.

MOM!!!!  Quit making that flashy thing go off when we’re trying to sleep.

We’re going to remember this at 4am tomorrow morning.

Sigh…………….

18 thoughts on “Weekend Weary

  1. Hemingway, we love seeing your floofy belly furs. Glad also to see that your pink bandage is gone. Once you both have rested up, have a great week. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  2. All pooped out (so to speak)……napping is necessary to keep us in tip top form (especially at odd hours of the early morning when we can pester our humans!!).

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

  3. enjoy de nap guys N we hope yur mom paid ewe both tripull doubull tripull OT for helpin her werk coz itz de law and it wuz de week oh end !!

  4. My male cat, Keona, likes to help me make the bed also.
    One day, when I was pulling up the sheet….he suddenly decided that it needed to be attacked. I guess that is how you put a sheet in its place??
    Anyway, there was a big ripping sound and now there is a nice hole in the middle of that relatively new sheet.
    In defense of my sheets, although I appreciate his kind intentions and willingness to help me—when I make the bed now, I shut the door and keep him on the other side!

    1. Oh no…….we bet Keona was surprised when that happened. Mom says she has to shut us out of the room when she makes the bed, too. We’re just trying to help. You never know when those vicious sheets might attack a human so we need to put them in their place! 🙂

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