The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Robyn looks ready for a role in a pirate flick. Does he have a threatening little laugh?
Now that IS a scary expression, especially with Robyn's tongue protuding out to the side!I suggest you continue to feed him well. And often. And offer him treats whenever you take his picture!
(Oops... make that "protruding". If I could type, I'd be dangerous.)
Maybe your cat is a Tory.
Hah Bryan he has the deep laugh of the celluloid madman - all that is missing is the organ, MWUHAHAHAHAHAH!OH we do Steve, he makes it abundantly clear when he is desirous of additional nutrition - he can deafen with his howl! Mercifully he is one of the gentlest cats I have ever enounteres, despite being Maine Coon sizeTory? TORY??? Ah Ren, Tories eat babies, not adults!
Robyn must have been eating something really tasty. Wouldn't want to waste a morsel, would he?
I cant actually remember what he was doing at the time, but I am sure food was involved!
For me, the beauty of this picture is the glazy-eyed look of sheer bliss. Oh, how I know that feeling just all too well.
We get a lot of this with Robyn, but then he is a very contented cat! Except when defending the territory from interlopers then he's a big, furry thug!
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