Monday, April 16, 2007

My cousin Gypsy

Here are some pictures of my cousin Gypsy. She's not my real cousin, but our human mums are cousins... in a roundabout sort of way. Check out her very unusual (but pretty) markings (that's all natural, no dye jobs or photoshopping involved. I promise):
As you can see, Gypsy is a sink-o-phile. I told her mum that she should send her picture into Cats in Sinks. Like you, Daisy, she also likes to drink out of the tap (that's what you Americats call a faucet). It looks pretty tricky:
Think I'll stick to bathdrinking.

Cheers,
--Pabs

8 comments:

Daisy said...

I love Gypsy's beautiful coat! She looks very exotic. And she is smart to drink from the faucet (I mean tap), because that water tastes best!

Nice to meetcha Gypsy!

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Ooo, yoor cuzin Gypsy is furry pretty.

Monica said...

She is so pretty! It looks like she's got a great technique for drinking out of the tap. I always get wet because of how the bathtub faucet is so large. The water doesn't trickle so nicely and I have to sit pretty near it to get my drink. But it's worth every drop.

One-Eyed Jack said...

Sinkdrinking isn't as tricky as it looks. Good neck flexibility is a must however, and an ability to handle getting your tail wet.

I like your bathdrinking report. I think bathdrinking is the better name for it too. But mostly because I like showerdrinking as a name for what I do (I make my OTW stick her hand out from behind the curtain while she showers, so I can lap the water off her fingertips as it runs down).

Parker said...

Gypsy looks like she's relation to my sisters. And that's a big compliment!

Faz the Cat said...

Your cousin Gypsy is very attractive but she MUST be careful lying around in sinks. It would be quite upsetting for her if she got washed up and left on the side to dry with the plates and saucepans. FAZ

Caesar and Princess said...

Wow Gypsy you are sooo pretty.
I like drinking from the kitchen sink the best

Jazzy said...

My mom calls the tap a faucet. She never calls it a tap and she's American.

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