Gabe hoping against hope it will be warm enough for the patio door to be opened (they won’t stay outside if the door is closed because, I don’t know, cats?) As long as they stay in the backyard and come when I call, they will continue to have backyard privileges. Just not when it’s 30 degrees out.
It only took two years and two weeks of patient nudging for Emma to let Gabe sleep next to her. He wasn’t going to give up until she relented.
Gabe making sure the garden is safe for the ducks. Ever vigilant.
I needed a new profile picture for Facebook, and Scout obliged.
And here is Gabe doing his balancing act. He has been lying on the rail, which is adorable with all his, shall we say, floofiness (we do not body shame here 😉 ) but whenever I get the camera out, he bolts. I’ll keep trying.
I have no idea why Gabe has become so fixated on Scout. But she’s his favorite right now.
Waiting can be tough.Tougher for some than others.