Discussion in 'General Audio Discussion' started by Know_Talent, Nov 18, 2008.
Not on my gear but she managed to get up on the shelf with some records.
Moving from the 80's and 90's to today. Our youngest Kitten is now the HIFI cat. Kyra has passed on, and Kelly her cousin now 17 thinks climbing upon speakers and hi fi cabinets is to much work. She does come out and listen every day. Katrina is a force of nature and is why she named after a hurricane. She loves to chase her tale every morning, help fix breakfast and read the paper. She sleeps in my lap periodically as I listen to music or watch DVD. She is now the official watch cat as Kelly as gone into semi retirement. Katrina weighs 14.5 lbs.
Heard "birdies on tv" jumped up to find them...found mini JBLs. Even got the Squinty-Eye-Love-Look!!
Hunter rarely gets on the gear itself, but is listening to a Billy Idol LP (Rebel Yell) with me.
Benji on the other hand uses the tree as his bunker...
Have all the windows open and letting a nice breeze in for them, they are in power mode running around like crazy lol
Charlotte & Benji checking out some 4401s I picked up.
lol I love this pix of Benji!!
A little help with the CA-2000
What the butler saw....
Noodle, sittin on the sub!
Zoë loves Mouser shipments (or any box to capture or any stuff to lay on)
Finally I get to post in this thread! Here's Ollie listening to some morning tunes. There's really no good way for the cats to be "on" my gear, as it's in built-in cubby holes. And I definitely don't want them sitting on top of the Vandersteens. If they had solid tops it wouldn't be a problem.
So this is as close as it gets for me, Charlie, and Ollie.
Do Cats UNDER audio gear count? This is Sookie exploring a newly excavated shelf under the Micro Seiki DD 33
I don't think I'd ever let my sister's cat near any of my gear... It'd tear the schit out of my towers climbing up the grills...
They always find the ‘best’ spots, right?
Right, they do for them.
I meant to post this earlier for the Christmas holiday but I guess better late than never. Our little girl tuxedo (we call her ZZ, long story) decided she wanted to be a Christmas ornament.
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