Friday, September 23, 2016

Waffles and His Flawed Theory of Feline Invisibility – Friday Flashback

WAFFLES:  *inaudible chortling* 



WAFFLES:  I'm SUPER WAFFLES! The Invisible Superhero Cat. No one can see me inside my magic super bag. Not even you-know-who. 



KATIE:  Waffles, I can totally see you.

WAFFLES:  No you can't.

KATIE:  I can hear you too.



WAFFLES:  But Boss... I'm Waffles the Invisible Superhero Cat.  

KATIE:  Yeah, about that whole invisible thing...



About Today's Flashback Photos
Today's photos are from way back in May of 2013. Waffles was about 8 months old and obsessed with hiding in bags. Ok, so he's still obsessed with hiding in bags. And boxes. And bathrooms.

Whenever he's hiding out, Glogirly swears he thinks he's invisible. But with a 15" tail, he's never very hard to find. (except that time he stowed away inside a box spring mattress... ok, that's a whole blog post in itself!) 



What's particularly special about the day these photos were taken is that this was one of the first times Katie engaged with Waffles in a playful way. Those of you that have been with us for awhile probably remember that Katie's world was tipped upside down and sideways the day Waffles came to live at the Townhouse. It's been a very slow road to peace and harmony. In fact we're still traveling that road. But for Glogirly, this day meant there was hope for her furry family and that someday, everyone would get along. 


16 comments:

  1. Sherpa is like this too but there is an awful lot of Sherpa to hide in the places he goes. I wonder if it's something in the orange gene?

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  2. Well, I think Waffles was almost invisible!

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  3. Waffles, you're so cute in that bag, Katie couldn't resist any more. We're so glad that the two of you have each other, even if she doesn't admit she likes having you around.

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  4. We're still striving fur pease too.... Vasti (Siamese) can hide in plain sight by looking like a statue!

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  5. We were able to keep the kitties out from the boxspring by using some 1/4"-inch plywood between the frame and the boxspring -- not strong enough for support, but strong enough to keep curious kitties out. The board was almost big enough, and we used some leftover corrugated cardboard for the rest of the area.

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  6. bags are awesome...but we somehow are always found too....

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  7. Excellent post! Keep sharing such a useful post.

    non woven bag machine

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  8. So close, Waffles ... SO CLOSE ... and yet so far :) It's ALWAYS the tail!

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  9. Ah Waff, we'd have let you play invisible! Of course, someone would have sat top of that bag and acted as if they didn't know you were there...

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  10. You were almost invisible to us, Waffles ! If Katie hadn't showed us where you were, we wouldn't have seen you ! Purrs

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  11. That's a lovely flashback. Have you got any better at making yourself invisible, Waffles?

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  12. Oh yeah, we wanna read about the box spring hiding.

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  13. Oh bless him, he looks SO hopeful :-)

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  14. That pesky tail, it can give you away when you aren't paying attention

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  15. Maybe Katie has some magical super hero powers, too! She can see cats who are invisible!

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