Greetings from the Omnigraphic Blogopticon. On view are vile sticky things dragged from the attic, snarky commentary on the world at large, and all-encompassing ennui. All that and a weird rubbery smell. A horrible time will be had by all.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

It Sees Me When I'm Sleeping

I wake up to this every morning. I'm a lucky, lucky girl.


Crypt Stitch said...

A precious face only a mother could love. He seems to be frowning, what did you do to upset him and cause the glowing fire eyes? No point running, you'll only make it worse...My girl is fifteen. Isn't it fun being a staff member in a feline home?

Shrinky Inky said...

crap, i may never sleep again! that is one seriously pissed off looking cat.

and welcome back, i've missed your blogginess.

Severina said...

See, if I don't get up and feed him, laser beams shoot out of his eyes and he burns up stuff. He's the one Agents of Evil keep replacing every five years or so. He's 17 and has told me that he intends on making my life hell for at least another 10.

And Madame Inky, whatja do with your blog? I lost my Bloglines with your link and now I can't find you!

BlackCrow said...

You need to get yourself a sleeping mask from Crudething's.
Mine has 4 eyes and seems to deter the cat....However now I wake up to the site of the fat beasts buttocks!

Severina said...

I'd more than likely wake up, forget I'm wearing a sleeping mask, and think I'd gone blind in the night. Nice models, though!

As for the buttocks, I think Fat Kitty might be trying to tell you something. Mine tries to put his feet in my mouth or he runs back and forth across my chest if I don't haul my ass out of bed and open a can.

He needs to evolve thumbs so he can work the little pop-top can thingy.

Obsidian Kitten said...

Isis has thumbs--but no brains.

I think that cat may have turned into a jack-o-lantern whilst you were sleeping.

Obsidian Kitten said...

on lordy, those masks at crudethings totally rule.

Severina said...

I wish I had some extra cash lying around, despite the possible "OMG I'm blind!" moment every morning.