Lanfear and Aginor: Kitties Extraordinaire!
Greetings! We are Aginor and Lanfear, and we reside in Florida with our human pet, who happens to be the son of the lady who writes this blog. We asked for our moment in the spotlight, and our human grandma agreed. She’s pretty cool for someone without a tail. . .or fur. . .or pointy ears. . .or fish breath. Hmmm….maybe we need to downgrade her from cool to pleasant. Yeah. That works. She’s, um, pleasant.
Anyway, as you can see, we love each other very much. We are brother and sister and were thrilled to be adopted together. It is so much more fun to claw up furniture with a friend than alone! We also enjoy playing kitty ninja, tearing up paper products, and sitting on our pet’s head. He calls us “cat hat” when we do that. We have names for him, too, but Grandma said we couldn’t put them on her blog.
We actually love our pet very much, and follow him everywhere when he is home. He’s awfully cute for a, you know, human. He loves us, too, and takes lots of pictures to send to Grandma because she gets so excited. Well, really, who wouldn’t? I mean, look at us—we’re freaking adorable!
We love to lay in the sunshine that beams through the windows into our apartment. It would be nice to go outside and chase crickets and birds and lizards and stuff, but our pet won’t let us out. The veterinarian said the average life expectancy for an indoor cat is 12+ years; for an outdoor cat it is much less, like 5-6 years. Our pet wants to keep us around for a really long time, so he keeps us inside and gives us interesting things to do so we don’t get bored; and, of course, we have each other to wrestle and cuddle with, and our pet is quite a diversion when he is home.
Grandma’s cat, Bailey, became trapped outdoors last week. Bailey will write a blog post about her adventure in the great outdoors very soon. In the meantime, we just wanted to say “meow!” and let you share in our awesome wonderfulness!
Love from sunny Florida!
Lanfear and Aginor (Kitties Extraordinaire. . .really!)