Monday, October 22, 2007

Mancat Monday

For our first ever Mancat Monday - we shall show you two activities that all mancats must do! The first Mancat activity will be demonstrated by Dante.

All Mancats must bask in the sun to keep their manly muscles warm.

If anyone claims sunbathing is not manly, a good Mancat will give them the stare - in Dante's case, the squinty-eyed stare. It is very effective for proving your Mancatness!

Notice that one does not have to leave their chosen sunbeam to give an effective Mancat stare!

The second Mancat activity will be demonstrated by Captain Jack. It is the art of camouflage.


You will notice that Jack is well hidden among the plants, but yet he does this manly activity from the comfort of his own cat bed. It takes a real Mancat to hide undetected in such style!

20 comments:

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

ooooo those are great Mancat activities. I could hardly see Jack! Being camouflaged is important when pouncing on wayward soft bitey mice and string toys.

I certainly wouldn't try to remove Dante from that sunbeam or question his Mancatliness after that look.

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

Very very manly examples! I especially like the sunbeam, they are really important!

Chase

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Very manly activities. We would not try to steal any sunbeams from Dante, he gives a steely, squinty glare!

Chairman Mao said...

Oh yes, those are furry mancatly acktivities, and I love Dante's mancatly skqint! Brainball and me both do the mancat skqint, too. And camoflage is furry impawtant fur stealthy mancat stuff like patrollin'!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Marilyn MonREOW said...

That's an excellent mancatly squint! Brainball's good at that, too. And ahhh, lying in sunbeams is a delight!

I think that Mike the Mysterious would love to come visit and be a pirate kitty! *smile*

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn.

Rascal said...

Excellent photos for a first Mancat Monday. Very mancatish. Well done.

Catzee said...

Oooo, I like yur hidey spot fur yur kitty bed.

The Crew said...

Max and I both enjoy our naps in the sun and agree that it's a Mancatly activity. Of course, girl cats can enjoy getting furtans too.

George

Jimmy Joe said...

Those are good, manly pasttimes. You got an awesome squint-down there, Dante.
Your buddy, Jimmy Joe

The Meezers said...

Dante, you is really mancatly, but mommy wants to pick you up and kiss on you - she says you haf such a sweet face.

And Jack, you are a master at camo-flaje.

don't werry about the pirage borg, Miles is getting de-borged today.

Mickey said...

Those are 2 great mancat duties I heartily agree with

Daisy said...

Dante, I do not think anybody would ever doubt that you are a big mancat, especially with your squinty eyed stare, just like Clint Eastwood!

I cannot comment on Jack because I could not see him he is so well camouflaged.

Mia and Ghost said...

Hey, Dante - very mancatly pictures. Jack - we couldn't see you since you were so well camouflaged.

We saw on Midnight, Grr & Cocoa where you said something about rain in Georgia. Did ya'll get any today? It rained in Northwest Georgia (Mom got wet when she went to lunch)

Lux said...

Yay for both of these marvellous mancats!!!

Donny and Marie and Casey said...

You both look mancatly! I agree, sunbathing is very important, taking possession of a high prized sunbathing spot is the epitome of mancatliness!

~Donny

Karen Jo said...

Grabbing and defending the best sunspot is a very mancatly activity, Dante, and you have mastered the steely stare. Jack, you are very good at camoflage.

Parker said...

Wow, you have Mancattiness down to a fine art!

Ruis said...

I am also doing both activities. And we need to do it..., to hide for hours undetected we mancats really have to warm up our manly muscles!

TT said...

WOWS! You both are great man cats!

Captain Jack and Dante said...

Mia and Ghost - Yes it finally rained yesterday (and it raining today and supposed to rain tommorow too). We live in the northern Atlanta suburbs and Mommy works downtown and it rained all day at both places yesterday! We are very thankful for every little bit, even thought this really doesn't help the drought all that much.