I had no idea what to post for Weekend Cat Blogging (I have been so focused on the performances, rehearsals and other goings on). But while sitting on the patio this morning, I saw Luna looking up at something, and managed to get a few good pictures. Here is one. It is definitely worth doing the “click to enlarge” thing:
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I have no idea what she was looking at.
Yesterday on a whim I tried out the HD video feature on my camera – this camera is for still photography, so the video feature was mostly coincidental – and caught a bit of Luna scampering about. You can hear her give one little squeak early in the video.
Behold the power of HD video to use up hundreds of megabytes of slightly shaky and blurry motion! Also, as this an impromptu recording, the house is in the middle of normal daily use, with cat toys and the incongruous bright blue yoga mat spread out in our usually clean living room. (Actually, the cat toys are usually scattered about.)
While on one of my long urban walks yesterday, I saw one of the mobile adoption stations set up by the San Francisco SPCA. This one was along the Embarcadero, near the Gap company headquarters. Lots of kittens, mostly curled up for an afternoon nap. We certainly hope they find good homes. The mobile adoption stations are out regularly in the summer, so if you’re in San Francisco downtown, check out their schedule and stop by.
Weekend Cat Blogging #268 is hosted by Nikita and Elvira (the new edition to their household) at Meowsings of an Opinionated Pussycat.
The Carnival of the Cats will be hosted tomorrow by Kashim, Othello and Salome.
And the Friday Ark is at the modulator.