Monday, October 3, 2016

Mancat Monday: King of the Tree

Happy Monday and Happy October! Connor here with Mancat Monday. 

Recently, I enjoyed some time at the top—the very top—of the cat tree. I felt like I was King of the Tree. A lounging King, but still, a King.





I surveyed my kingdom.





Then I stepped down to a lower perch and made an announcement.





How would you caption that last photo? What do you imagine I’m saying?

14 comments:

  1. I don't know how to capture it, but I adore yawn photos! He kind of looks like he's doing karaoke!

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  2. "Hey, you birds out there! Let's get lively...I'm gettin' bored in here! Entertain ME!"

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  3. "Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Mancat Connor, The King of Tree, is now down from his stately perch. You may now gaze upon me and offer treats."

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  4. dood....look at de total lee awesum tat too ewe haz.....noe thatz knot R cap shun... we iz troo lee meenin thiz...frum yur mouth two yur ear then yur eye ; ore vize versa....it lookz like ewe haza goldfish tat too... in brown !!! ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  5. Connor what a darling set of photos.

    I imagine if that was me awaking from a fine nape I'd say
    "Save me some bacon"
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  6. You are a handsome mancat Connor. That is a great perch to survey your kingdom.

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  7. Connor, we're sure you were asking for dinner to be served.

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  8. "I'm the king of this castle. Hear me roar!"

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  9. Connor, a lounging king is the best kind of king to be! :)

    We think you're saying, "The king is hungry!"

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  10. Look at you up there on your throne, Connor! You make a mighty fine king. Being king must make you very hungry, though, so surely you're saying, "Peasants, bring me my food!"

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  11. My guess is that you're probably saying something like, "Bring me my suupppperrr!"

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  12. "I AM THE KING OF THE WORLD!!!!!!"
    And seriously. You do look the part.
    I need a cat tree!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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