Cats—Day 20 in our new home

Cats

It’s day 20 in our new home and Zoey the Cool Cat is as enamored as ever. She loves the floor, both carpet and vinyl, but she doesn’t like the two bathrooms, my room (I keep the blackout curtains drawn), or the office (also blackout curtains to cut down on glare on the 4K monitors and the 4K TV. She does have her favorite positions on the floors:

Zoey the Cool Cat

Zoey the Cool Cat

Zoey the Cool Cat

Zoey the Cool Cat

We still are unpacking boxes, mostly books—we must have the largest library outside of an actual library. Books are heavy, and when one puts a lot of them in one box, the box becomes heavy. Uh, der. So I bring in one box in the morning and one in the afternoon. Each time I bring in a box, Zoey the Cool Cat believes it is solely for her. She can be nowhere around, but as soon as I put a box on the floor, BAM! There she is! It’s hers!

Yesterday afternoon’s boxZoey the Cool Cat

This morning’s boxZoey the Cool Cat

I'm Zoey the Cool Cat, and I approve this post

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37 thoughts on “Cats—Day 20 in our new home

          1. Colltales

            I used to think that cats and I had a special connection. But it’s wishful thinking. I just love them, but I’ve learned not to expect overtly displays of reciprocity lol It’s their world, we just work here.

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  1. ckennedyhola

    Looks like a happy,happy cat! We moved our cat from Ohio to our new home in Washington state. He is such a brave cat for putting up with such a big move. It has been nearly one year and he is just now finding his favorite spots. It took him a little while, but I think he’s happy. Enjoy your new home with the cat:) Thanks for the follow as well!

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      Zoey the Cool Cat has made two moves, now, one of about 2 miles and then this one of 11 miles. I always took her over to the new place for a few hours for several days prior to moving in so she wouldn’t have one huge adjustment. I figured lots of small adjustments would help. I can’t imagine moving a pet farther than that, although I suspect they are like children in that they adjust fairly easily.

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  2. ivors20

    Loved all your cool cat photos. And thank you Ray, for following my blog/website, muchly appreciated, hope you enjoy reading my humble writings, and I’m from Geelong, Australia. Cheers. Ivor..

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I’ll be back. I practice what I call “blog camping.” Instead of visiting every time someone publishes a new post, I cycle through all the people I follow. So when I visit, you’ll often get multiple likes and comments during the same visit. It takes me about 30 days to cycle through everyone, so don’t think I’ve forgotten you!

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