My favorite book store in the world had a library cat. She was awesome. Your cat also looks like the best cat I ever owned named...um...ICK. (I know...sigh.)
Loralee, if it makes you feel any better, Viscosa means "Sticky" in Spanish. I bet Ick and Sticky could have been great friends. :)-
Kitties!When I'm home and have a book or laptop or whatever in my lap I always wind up having to put it aside because Sheba (one of three cats) insists on crawling up into my lap and wanting to lay directly on top of whatever I am doing. If I'm sprawled out on my bed reading a book she plops down right on top of it. If I am trying to write something she starts play with my pen.So is the nature of cats.And I love her to bits.ps: I had a cat named Rascal when I was growing up - and he WAS a (not-so-little) rascal.
The day we brought our first cat home, Eric and I were looking in a guide to gods and demons for possible names. The name Eric liked best was Palis, who the book identified as a foot-licking demon, but it bothered me that I wasn't sure how to pronounce it, so we named her Piper instead. It turns out, though, that our cat is demonic (ask Jonathan) AND has a foot fetish--she loves to lick feet, especially feet that just came out of the shower. So I've always regretted, a little, that we didn't name her after the foot-licking demon.
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