Monday Morning Mews: Critiqued

Happy first Monday in March, efurryone. Sundae here with the Mews.

Without my knowledge (nor permission), Motor Mommy snapped this photo of me last week.

Now, I ask you: doesn’t that look like a sweet kitty, napping on her window seat? Well, I overheard Motor Mommy talking to Motor Man about this picture, and she said it looked like my “rumpus” was up in the air….like I had “highjackers”, whatever that is. I think it’s an old “car” term.

It seems that a kitty can’t even enjoy a comfy nap without being critiqued about her sleeping style….

Oh well, I must remember that they’re just humans and love them in spite of their weaknesses.

~These Days Of Mine~

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8 responses to “Monday Morning Mews: Critiqued

  1. I just wonder if you snuck up on your parents with a camera while THEY slept if THEY would appreciate seeing what they look like snoozing! Invasion of privacy I say…..yep……definitely!

    Hugs, Teddy

  2. So cute! And yes—humans are the worst at taking pictures at the most inopportune times.

  3. Just tell them this is the feline version of downward dog!

  4. It’s no big deal ..
    Just nap like nobody’s watching … !

  5. Sundae, perhaps you should borrow Motor Mommy’s camera and take a photo of her napping. Not that I would condone such action or anything. 😉

  6. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Sundae, you know humans can find fun in things that have to do with there loving feline in the most inopportune times.

  7. You poor kitty. I think you look great.

  8. You look like a cat napping by the window, and I, being also a cat, ask what they want, you should look like a crocodile or what !?
    Kosmo,
    a cat in faraway Finland.

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