110: Neelix the Cat

Posted by wonko on April 20, 2011 in domestic, mammal |

Tuesday evenings I watch telly and be silly with a mate. An occasional visitor is the neighbors cat called Neelix:

He is siamese, breezes in looking for whatever he want at that moment (cats are like that) – food, a lap, a scratch; then he disappears just as silently as he arrived.

A nice, simple model (for a change) that is figurative of the aloofness that cats carry themselves with.

It is said that dogs have masters and cats have servants – this is certainly true of Neelix – he has us well trained.

You can have a go at this one yourself: http://www.scribd.com/doc/21751431/Intermediate-a-15cm-6-Inch-Square-Makes-a-7-5cm-3

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