A few weeks ago, Flat Andy, one of my Cat Scout friends, arrived for a visit all the way from Ashtabula, Ohio. That’s a long way to travel, over 2400 miles, so you can imagine that he was pretty tired when he got here. My silly brofurs, Echo and Ocean, wanted to meet him right away instead of giving him some time to rest.
Echo showed him one of his favorite perches in front of our favorite window — yes, it’s everyone’s favorite window!
Ocean was curled up in one of the little pods on the big tree and wanted Andy to join him there. Good thing Flat Andy is skinny or he would never have fit!
Welcome to Lionesses on the Prowl, the continuing saga of Izzy and Tristy (Dezi and Christy’s flat traveling cats). If you haven’t met Izzy and Tristy, you can read about them here.
A couple of weeks ago, Izzy and I headed out to visit our Cat Scout friend Shoko and her fursib Kali, the Canadian Cats. It was a bit of a challenging trip but we had a blast in spite of it.
We decided to take the train called the Coast Starlight from Sacramento to Seattle. The mom had done this years ago and we thought it would be fun. The Coast Starlight part of the trip would take almost 24 hours, then we would take another train and a bus for the additional 17 hours of the trip.
No, this is not a post about a black and white kitty. This is about a cowkitty of a different color.
I am proud to announce that I recently became a Cat Scout. Many of you know about Cat Scouts but for those who don’t, it is a place for cats of the blogosphere to have fun, learn and do service projects. I’ve been wanting to join for a while but mom kept saying she couldn’t keep up with all my STUFF as it was without adding Scouts. Finally, thank catness, when they started the traveling flat cats, I begged and she couldn’t resist anymore.