What? There’s nothing to see here. Please go about your business.
Oh, hello. I’m just…keeping a paw on my, er, friend here. Don’t mind me.
Now that is a well camouflaged Cat of Kingsville.
I saw it only two steps before we walked by it, so all I had time to do was make sure Maggie stayed close to me on her lead on the other side of my legs.
Maggie, in the meantime, didn’t notice it at all. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
It’s a little easier to see from across the street, when it doesn’t have all that dirt and background to blend into.
But even then, given how still it was sitting, you’d miss if you weren’t actively looking out for animals as you walked your dog.
Gotta wait till the fresh paint on the mailbox dries before reattaching those house numbers :)
Be a lert. The world needs more lerts.
Maggie waits for a treat after seeing a dog across the street.
She still doesn’t like dogs, but she’s not particularly leash reactive these days — which is great.
Today in Cats of Kingsville: Keeping it’s composure (and distance, because the gate was open), but also keeping a close eye on Maggie.
Coming back to our cats of Kingsville series, though, today we saw two cats.
This one that decided that vertical separation was better than horizontal separation as I walked Maggie down its street (Maggie sniffed the base of the tree but didn’t even register the cat’s presence).
And this one that was particularly frowny about us walking by its domain :)
Maggie isn’t as interested in the men’s cricket world cup or the French Open tennis tournament as I am. Which is fair. She’s always preferred playing tug to chasing balls :)
Glowing golden sunset behind patchy rain clouds in Melbourne this evening.
Today in Cats of Kingsville: this fluff ball detoured off the sidewalk where I was walking Maggie so she could keep an eye on us from a safe distance :)
Gorgeous peach-pink sunset in Melbourne today!
This is my favourite mailbox in all of Kingsville. There’s often an outdoor bin just below it as well :)
Some trees are preparing for winter: steadily, gracefully shedding their leaves. Others are overachievers and were ready to go *days* ago.
In our continuing series on the cats of Kingsville, here's one from today who really cares only for sun warmfs.
All grey skies and silver linings.
Looking forward to a lot of rain overnight tonight!
Another day, another golden sunset on a partly cloudy day in Melbourne.
Melbourne’s sky has been fantastic to see and photograph these last few days. Like today’s golden sunset.
Also, I discovered my office building casts quite a large shadow when there’s a bright sun behind it.