30 thoughts on “Lok & Lol Lounging

    • Hi Maj & Sher. We have six kitties and they all give us lots of entertainment. Like and Lola are characters.

  1. Ohhhhh how precious!! Are these two related, Tim? They look like they are from the same litter. They are just so cute together! Thank you so much for the smiles!! xo

    • They tolerate each other. Lola is not very good with other cats. She was raised with dogs before she came to live with us. She’s had to learn how to be a cat since she’s been living with us.

      • Oh I get that. You are lucky they get along.
        Our Taco Belle is a Maine Coon mix. She thinks she is a dog. She and Jenny, our Pug our best friends. We also have a little black kitty that we rescued. She has anxiety issues and we hardly see her.

      • Yeah, her hair falls out every once and awhile. Yeah we love the Maine Coon. She thinks she is a dog. She was more like a therapy animal for me when I was learning how to walk again.

      • Kitties are dogs are great therapy. I posted my newest parody if you want to check it out.

  2. LOL… Loki & Lola! Lolling has a double meaning here!
    They are such beautiful cats. Is that Loki with the fangs hanging out? Are they from the same litter?
    Kisses to all the kitties! (How’s Spunkie Poo?)

    • Hi Resa. Lok & Lol is black kitty rock & roll. You are the second person who asked if they are from the same litter. Lola is flattered. Lola is an old lady kitty compared to Loki. she’s 10 years old, Loki is 3 years old.

      Yes. That is Loki fanging us. He looks silly like a bat.

      Spunk has been up to his usual ornary self. He finally pulled all the stuffing out of the tail he has played with a killed nightly over the past 5 years. It was sad to see him carrying a limp tail, so I ordered a new tail. The new tail is shorter, but he likes it. I found some foam and stuffed it in the old tail, so now he has two tails. He plays with both tails now, kills them and drags them around the house every night announcing he’s killed them with mournful, drawn-out meows.

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