February 12, 2011

Poor Scruff. He’s always all on the outside looking in and stuff.

The problem with Scruffy is that his biggest draw is his ultimate downfall: he’s just so damn lovey. You’ll be snuggling with him one second, and then five minutes later when you’re ready to just settle down, he’s still headbutting your chin and kneading his claws ten inches into your gut.

He is the needy girlfriend that stalks your living room window while you’re trying to eat dinner and watch Nurse Jackie.

I will say, though, that Scruffy is the one and only cat I’ve ever known to actually spoon with a human being. This was taken Halloween weekend and we watched so much TV together on the couch, it was insane. He definitely gets points for being the happiest, most content cat ever. So long as he’s in the house and on your lap, that is.

Happy Caturday!

Camera: Rolleiflex 2.8C
Film: Kodak Portra 400VC
Scanned from a negative developed by Blue Moon Camera & Machine

Nope, only after i clicked it. :P

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/diyosa] Could you also tell from the thumbnail how absolutely filthy that window is? hah.

i knew from the thumbnail that was filmy bokeh

its incredible how s/he looks like a stuffed cat – if you’ve ever watched Kiki’s delivery service, s/he kinda reminds me of that toy cat . so endearing :)

Super shot. Angle and light are lovely.

Soo cute (=^・・^)

I see you’re making great use of the 2.8C. I should dust off my 2.8E soon.

I too have a cat who spoons. She also lets me hug on her like a stuffed animal. She is my dream cat that I always wanted as a kid.

wuh-oh i know a cat that loves to spoon too. they should meet and..spoon.
My cat does the same thing during bedtime. I refer to her as tiny spoon. :)

I love the title of this piece.

This is Pumpkin, for the most part. He gives you some space sometimes, but 90% of the time he wants to be right next to you if not on you. And if Tom and I want to snuggle up the two of us? Forget it! He’ll pop up out of NOWHERE for cuddle time. We can embrace in the kitchen and he’ll be sitting suddenly at our feet, meowing to be picked up (and then he likes it when we re-hug, so he’s squished in the middle).

Needy cats are awesome. (Sometimes.)