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sacramentalist

Argh!

Laser Cat was watching me sleep...
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It's creepier when both of them are on the bed posts. Like lion sculptures in front of a library.

Creepiest when we realize they've been watching us having sex.

That sounds kind of sexy, actually!

One night I saw two sets of cat eyes glowing at me in the dark and I said, "Wait a minute, I only have one cat."

A mirror or lens flare on your specs, like the ghost eyes in the photo?



Edited at 2013-07-31 03:11 pm (UTC)

A random stray had come in for a visit.

I think that this particular stray wants to be my cat because he keeps coming to my house, but he hasn't decided for sure.

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I think I heard him muttering "must find new host body, soon"


Edited at 2013-07-31 01:59 pm (UTC)

Laser Cat was waiting to eat your soul.

Poor Oliver is probably all "Ow! My retinas. That hurts, you bastard!"

Sometimes I realize I have these foot-tall things living in my home. Hanging around. Eating and pooping. And watching. Always watching.


I do too .. except mine are over 5 feet tall and have 2 legs and they're called children .. arrrrrrrrrghhhhhhh!

OMG A! Those things were IN YOU!

(Presumably, of course)


lol .. I know! One was 11 lbs 14 ounces with 2 teeth when he was born!

You should never let Dr Sheldon Cooper cat-sit without a clear written agreement on what is permitted - unless you really wanted that kind of nightlight?
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Edited at 2013-07-31 05:52 pm (UTC)

How did I do what? The eyes? That's cat red-eye when I used my iphone in the dark.

The whole luminous head effect was startling me; I didn't know - very low-tech type, really.

NP. Like dogs, cats have a reflective retina which helps with their night vision. Cats see motion, I believe. That's why they twitch their head.

Or maybe he's a cyborg with death ray eyes. pew! pew!


That's some serious eye glare!

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