Cats Sleep on SFF: Digital Divide

Kit M. Harding took this photo of an interloping catnapper:

Technically Angleton belongs to one of my roommates (and yes, I did get permission from her to send him in), but he’s decided my bed is a swell place to nap, so I thought I’d snap a pic. The book is Digital Divide by K. B. Spangler, one of the great gems of recent self-publishing.

Photos of other felines resting on genre works are welcome. Send to mikeglyer (at) cs (dot) com

11 thoughts on “Cats Sleep on SFF: Digital Divide

  1. Anyone who follows me on Twitter might recognize KB Spangler as T. Kingfisher’s long-suffering editor, she of the thousand regrettable euphemisms.

  2. As SCA heralds would doubtless tell you, cats like those in these pictures would be described as “dormant” or asleep. It seems to me, though, that a better description would be “flakeant” or flaked out.

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