After dinner a few nights ago I was sitting on Mom’s lap, relaxing quietly and minding my own business. I turned to look at Dad, and Mom noticed I was showing a little tongue. Before I knew it, the crazy woman grabbed Dad’s phone, shoved it in front of my face and demanded I take selfies for today. Drats! I couldn’t even give her a raspberry as my silly tongue was already hanging out. And I couldn’t jump and run as I was trapped between her and the kitchen island.

I clicked off a few photos in quick succession to get the torture over with as fast as possible. My expression says it all: I was not a happy camper. Pffft! A senior cat should not be inconvenienced in this manner.




I have been instructed to invite all our anipal furiends to join us today. I am gladly doing this. If I have to suffer, all of you should suffer with me. Joining us last week we had guinea pigs for the first time. So if you have been hesitant in adding your selfie, thinking this hop is just for kitties, this should let you know that all critters are welcome and encouraged to join.

As always, if you have difficulty adding your link, let us know in a Comment, and Mom will enter it for you. Also, if you’d like to display the hop on your blog, purrlease display our badge and/or link back to The Cat on My Head. Thanks!


The Good, the Bad, and the Furry: Life with the World's Most Melancholy CatFinally, our giveaway for the book, The Good, the Bad and the Furry by British humor writer, Tom Cox, continues through midnight EDT on Thursday, April 16. If you haven’t entered yet, click here to go to the post where you can leave a comment. U.S. residents only please.

Sending purrs and paw-pats for a relaxing and easy Sunday, Lily Olivia