Rosie likes to hop in my drawer the second I open it. She has been in there for over four hours now and I don't think she has plans of budging any time soon. Of course she has chosen my stack of black pants to lie on.
They pick different parts of the house to hang out (i.e. sleep) during the day. Lately it has been mostly the living room. Grace on the couch and Rosie on the love seat. I'm hoping that today is just a temporary switch.
Grace is looking at me like she is thinking "What are we going to do with this girl?" Or she is just waiting for her turn.
Did you know that strictly indoor cats, like Rosie and Grace, can get fleas? Yeah - neither did we. About two months ago we noticed them both scratching. I thought it was just dry, itchy skin from running the heat. But then Rick found a flea on one of them. Where there is one there is many as we would soon find out. The very knowledgeable girl at our pet supply store said that it isn't uncommon for indoor cats to get fleas. They hitch a ride on humans (usually your shoes) and then take up residence. What a unfortunate shock. We used a topical flea treatment on them and were horrified by how many fleas we got off of them. Poor girls. Poor skeeved out me.
We have it under control now. Otherwise you better believe Rosie would not be napping in my dresser drawer.
Such pretty girls.