Over Troutbirders protest, he had arrived sixteen years previously as a birthday gift from son to mother. Troutbirder has come to see him as a "role model” for retirement. Simba follows the sun throughout the day, from room to room napping frequently. He always looks relaxed, never revealing that beneath that calm exterior lurks the heart of a tiger. A tiger ready to pounce upon his male rivals the second they lower their guard.
Baron, the sweet and innocent, and yes naive GSD, is often the scapegoat for any trouble that ensues. As we all know though, life can be unfair. Mrs. T. (a.k.a.) Queen Bee unjustifiably believes Lord Simba can do no wrong….
HA HA... Cute post. Cats are always the 'innocent' ones ---so THEY think!!!!!! Looks like Baron and Dad are having a good nap---before Simba 'pounces' on one of them!!!! BUT--Simba is innocent you know!!!!! ha haReplyDelete
Hope you had a great St. Patrick's Day.
HaHa! Love it. Napping, and Simba awaits - to pounce! Good post!ReplyDelete
With the position of those front legs, I'd give that a big YES.ReplyDelete
Loved this post!!I think Baron is saying "don't you dare jump on my daddy." But I bet that didn't stop Simba from doing it!! So cute. I wish I had a cat, but I don't think one would stay around with six dogs!ReplyDelete
What an adorable post. Cats really can't let a good opportunity pass.ReplyDelete
Simba is indeed the queen of the roost. And she knows it! I love the pictures, especially that last one. :-)ReplyDelete
adorable!!! loved this!!! :)ReplyDelete
Glad you are taking some retirement lessons from Simba. My husband laughs at me during the winter as I follow the sun all around the house.ReplyDelete
Yes, I believe that Simba is definitely up to no good in those last photos. However, I do like his retirement philosophy.ReplyDelete
Simba is up to no good but I bet Mrs. T wouldn't believe it. We have that same bed for Chance..he doesn't use it much. Cats are strange creatures...we have had a few much loved cats but we prefer a good dog:)ReplyDelete
No, no, you have got it all wrong. Sweet Simba is not looking for trouble, she is looking for a little fun. If anyone would create trouble for Simba, it would be Troutman or Baron. Simba is bored and needs some action! Lets play, you guys!ReplyDelete
Jo in the part of Minnesnowda where it doesn't stop snowing, ever!
Simba does look innocent and helpless, but I think he's about to reach out and paw poor naive Baron. Perhaps just in play. Perhaps not!ReplyDelete
It is always interesting to see the interplay between cats and dogs. I have four cats and on large dog, (Great Dane). The dog is very gentle and maternal with kittens but largely ignores grown cats. She goes into attack mode around pigs. Which surprised me the first time she went after some pigs I was raising, included a couple of 700 pound females. The breed was established to hunt wild boar in Germany.It must be instinctive to attack pigs.ReplyDelete
lol Cats are sneaky!ReplyDelete
Oh I love this:). BReplyDelete
A charming, utterly lovely blog and great pics. I have long loved Barron,..now I love Simba too. What a beauty.ReplyDelete
They both are really nice pets. We had a cat we had called Nala. Simba looks like a good cat. The GSD is a wonderful animal too.ReplyDelete
Ha! This made me grin - my cat wishes she had some other Beings to jump on; it's just me and I'm pretty boring much of the time.ReplyDelete
I think I see trouble lurking on the chair and I believe in the last photo Baron senses it also. But for some reason I feel they really are friends. -- barbaraReplyDelete
Ha! I think Baron will protect you.ReplyDelete
This post made my day and all of a sudden I feel sleepy. ha ha A really great post.ReplyDelete
Yup...sounds about right. Cats are innocent...pups and hubbies are not. LOL! ;)ReplyDelete