I was chatting with Steve during his lunch break, and he asked, "Going to nap this afternoon?" I replied, "Cats willin' and the crik don't rise." Well, the crik ain't rising, but the cats are not willing.
It took me a long time to lie down - Facebook has been particularly distracting today - but when I finally did and was getting settled, elephants started thundering around the bedroom hissing. I thought that was odd, because elephants usually don't hiss. It turned out to be our boys. Pixel just wanted to come nap with me, but Clinch was having none of it.
Since I was also having none of my napping, I thought I'd turn on the light and shoot some footage for you. Because I care. And because the Clinchfield Report would not be complete without it.
As soon as I turned on the light, though, all elephant-like-thundering ceased. It's like they were elephants in the dark and innocent kitties in the light.
However, it wasn't long until Clinch decided that Pixel's tail was too tempting a target:
Turn up the sound a lot if you want the full Pixel response.
I mean, really. Pixel knows what's going to happen. Clinch does this all the time! But does he jump up on the bed? No. Does he leave the room? No. Does he beat the crap out of the kitten because he's ten times Clinch's size? Baffingly, no.
They stayed in that position for a good four or five minutes. I trimmed the video because you don't need to see all that.
You also don't need to see my shoes, so I stashed them in the closet, sat back on the bed, and waited. I was not disappointed:
Again, you'll probably have to turn up the sound a lot to hear Pixel's whining and tail-thumping, which he should not be doing because it looks like he started it!
I was going to record more, but my phone decided that I had run out of video space. I'll have to clean that up. Just as well, because the video file was too big for the blog, so I had to trim it using Adobe Premiere Elements. I don't use that much, so it took a while. The things I do for science!
I really hope you can view both videos. The first is an MOV, and the second is an MPG.
I know Pixel's belly looks funny - he has been over-grooming it. I'm hoping it's not due to stress of kittens jumping and chewing on him for the past two years. I have never seen him actually licking there, though.
Since I never did nap, I'd better go to bed early tonight! Wish me luck!