Cats Sleep on SFF: Castle Hangnail Posted on March 6, 2018 by Mike Glyer Elisa’s cat promotes literacy — This is Pixel on Ursula Vernon’s Castle Hangnail, being helpful with my daughter’s reading. Photos of your felines resting on genre works are welcome. Send to mikeglyer (at) cs (dot) com Share this:TwitterFacebook
Pixel appears to be trying to see what’s in the character’s hands.
Pixel is a wise and helpful kitty.
Aw! She looks so keen! Close listening to whispering cover.
Well, helpful is pushing it. Last night she did that rolling around, meowing and rubbing her head trick on the box of colored pencils my daughter was trying to use to do her homework. She even went so far as to snag the box with her claws and try to drag it away to roll around on.
Too bad there is no audio, you could hear her meowing. She is definitely keen, but she is a venus cat trap. Try to pet her while she is doing this and she becomes all teeth and claws.
Want to pet the tummy, but also like my hands oh no
I used to scritch my flatmates’ cat’s belly with rolled up newspaper – which got shredded in the process of course.
Pixel has a very scrolly name.
A cat named Pixel? A beautiful cat? Actually on a book? And one written by a Filer? 😀 I’m happy. And that name!
@Hampus Eckerman: 🙂
@RedWombat: You know you’ve made it when a cat’s resting on your book in a photo at File 770!