Was Tabs solar powered? He may have been. With all the time he spent lounging in sunny spots, you’d think that all of the energy he absorbed would have to go toward something, and maybe it did. Perhaps it manifested itself through his fabulousness.
I’ll never forget — and this is going to sound very cat lady of me — how his fur smelled after he’d been lounging in the sun for a while. He’d be so chill and let me pick him up and take a big whiff of his warm belly. It smelled like raw bread dough. 🙂
So far Rosie has claimed two favorite sunny spots in our house. The first is in the upstairs hallway at the top of the stairs. There’s a sunny window there, and you’ll find her there approximately between 9:30am and 11:30am every day. Sometimes before she’ll plop down, she’ll sit there staring at my back from behind while I’m on a video call, and I can see her little face on the camera. My coworkers joke that she looks like she’s plotting my demise.
Little do they know, she’s just working out complex calculus derivatives…
Her second favorite spot — her afternoon spot — is right next to the downstairs sliding glass door, where you’ll find her daily after 3pm enjoying the breeze and birdsongs from our hill outside.