Disturbing Harry Potter

Harry Potter is a former "feral" that adopted our family. Never mind the fact that I am allergic to cats; he decided that our house was his house.

And he runs inside every chance he gets. And makes himself at home. On my daughter's blanket I made for her a couple of years ago. In my house.

Yes, Harry, I am taking pictures of you while you slumber. And being cute does not change the fact that you are on the sofa and on a blanket.

Are you talking to me?

Maybe if I stretch I can shut that thing off.

Umpf. Just one example of a conversation between Harry Potter and me. One guess as to who normally wins.

QUESTION: How do your conversations go with your furry friends?

10 comments:

Duni said...

MOL. I love that upside-down kitty photo!!
Just this morning my (feral) cat Leo decided to curl up on my white couch ;-)

Memories for Life said...

He's such a character :) Love the stretched out pose.
My conversations with Harley usually just consist of me telling him how cute he is :)

Paige @ Little Nostalgia said...

Well, we don't have any pets, but I love that yours is named Harry Potter.

BeadedTail said...

Harry Potter certainly is formally feral and has taken over! He's absolutely adorable! It makes my heart so happy to see kitties so trusting and loving! We talk to our girls all the time and I know they understand and of course I understand them too!

Rose said...

He is too sweet! Who would believe that he used to be a feral cat when you look at him now?

Splendid Little Stars said...

Of course he's "talking" back! He's telling you that his cuteness trumps all!

pasqueflower said...

I love the sleeping beauty pose best.

Kathleen said...

Meowsers! Of course Harry wins. That is puuuurrrrfectly right.
Forrest.
The Queen of The Cats.

Judy Nolan said...

Looks like he's not listening at all to your side of the conversation, LOL. How do you handle having him in the house and your allergies? My husband is allergic to cats, too, and he has trouble breathing around them.

Natashalh said...

What neat colors! I like how he's not your standard orange tabby. We had a stray that adopted us once. She was also an orange tabby! She was always a little reserved, but she spent many happy years with us.