lips logo 365 Molly's Daily Kiss365 Pictures a Year

Day 179 – Rare Grace

Rare grace of a Cat waiting at the end of the path

“If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering outspoken fellow; but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much.” ~ Mark Twain

As a general rule I would agree with this statement. It is certainly true of our other cat Miss Rita, who is fairly camera shy, but not off this blundering fool of a cat. Mr Wawa has a lot to say and firmly believes that it is all very important, especially at 3am when you are sleeping. That is prime time for him to need to chat with you. If you can call the wailing sound he makes, chatting. Of course he is only interested in talking when he wants to, because what Mr Wawa believes more than anything else is that he is in fact King Wawa.


Black and White weekend blog badge
Share a DayShare on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInEmail this to someoneShare on StumbleUpon

Leave a Comment

  1. Beautiful picture! As for King Wawa, I also have a King in my house that love to wake us at 5 or 6 a.m.

  2. Reply

    Haha!!! I feel your pain!!! We have a 16 year old kitty who has been the bain of my existence for just about 15 of those 16 years!!! She climbs all over us when she decides it’s time to eat (in the middle of the night) And as she’s gotten older, she’s taken to yowling in the afternoons as if she’s been abandoned to the wolves!

  3. Reply

    Too funny. My previous cat was *loud*. My kitten now is quiet.

  4. Reply

    Haha King Wawa! Brilliant!

  5. Reply

    I was just gonna say, except after you’ve been asleep for a few minutes and then the endless cat walloring begins. My friend had cats that loved to roll a golf ball around a wooden floor at 3 am.

  6. Reply

    I can hear the truth in that quote!

Get A Kiss A Day

Send Me a Kiss

Email Contact Image