Before we get to the cats, here's a shot of a killer wrap I got from a local restaurant a while ago.It's called a New Yorker and it's basically a Rachel wrap. For those of you who don't know what a Rachel is, it's basically a Reuben with cole slaw instead of saurkraut and sometimes pastrami or turkey instead of corned beef. This one is corned beef, cole slaw, Swiss cheese and thousand island dressing. Not kosher, but wicked good. I'm going to be recreating it at home some time soon with all homemade parts. I'm thinking of even doing a flat bread for it, although I probably won't corn my own beef. Maybe though. Anyway, on to the cats.
So this is it. My last post from my old blog Bob and Noodles. This means from here on out I'm going to have to actually come up with new cat posts every Sunday. Next week I'm going to introduce you guys to my brothers cats (the non-kitten ones). I was going to do it this week, but my cameras batteries died while I was trying to copy over the pictures. It worked out fine though since I have just one more old post to put up.
Holy Crap It's Been Two Months (originally posted 11/26/08)
Good thing I don't have any readers here. Heh. Well, here are some random pics. I actually lost hundreds of pictures (yes, hundreds. I take hundreds of pictures of my cats. I'm not ashamed.) to an emergency hard drivereformat recently, so these are all new. Since it's been so long I will even give little explanations. Woot!
So, Noodles likes to cover her nose with her tail. Kind of like a fox. For some reason she decided to hold it in place and sit like that long enough for me to get the camera. It might be the most cooperative she has ever been.
My girlfriend refers to Bob as "her big, living stuffed animal". This is why.He'll just lay there, being held, and making happy-cat faces for whole stretches of time.Noodles likes getting under my girlfriends flight jacket.
I don't know why Bob sat next to her, but it's like "Housecat Gothic" or something.Then Bob heard something.
And took off.