Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
He is such a great companion. I saw him in the listing and I have to stop whatever I am doing and go see Oliver. I am one of his biggest fans.
That is funny Jo. My Midge, who is not a cuddler, in fact, you might get one quick slide down her back once in a while, always comes to sit next to me on the table and watch me paint.
This makes me want an inside kitty so much! My single cat, Sasha, is the survivor (8 years!) of a litter that one-by-one succumbed to coyotes and other country hazards. She is smart and stays in her backyard, but she HATES inside. Now I have my dog Chili, whom I would not trust. But there is nothing as calming as a kitty friend nearby. C
...but still loves your company. He's such a handsome fella. Deb
I'm sure he just loves being near you. Perhaps he hopes there is some ESP going on, and the treats are forthcoming.:-)
You have the most amazing photographs on your blog.Ann
He is just happy you are there, and we are happy you share him with us.
Lovely photo ! Unlike our Harley who is a snob more often then not lol Miggs is more by my side then Harley decides to join sometimes lol ! Thanks for sharing Oliver with us . Have a good day !
My Jenny does the same thing. She will sit on the stairway, look through the bannister and wait for us to notice her before she runs down. Your Oliver is a beauty. Cats are such great companions.
Good ole Oliver ~ always love seeing him. what a true companion he is even without treats lol
Ach!!! He obviously has not seen the cursor!!! My Sadie can sit in front of the computer completely mesmerized!!! Chasing the cursor with her head!!!
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