Caturday With Katya — Laser-Eyed Neighbors

You’ve seen my laser-beam eyes, but I have to admit that Sweetie Pie and Ozzie have me beat. Do you think it’s because they’re younger than I am?

Here’s Sweetie Pie in full daylight. I like this picture, actually. If I had a room instead of an entire house, I would want this picture on my wall.

Sweet Pie's laser pin-upHere’s another one of her.

chair laserOzzie wanted to get into the act. He sent his laser vision all the way from the basement.

Ozzie's gazeHow many eyes does he have, anyway?

I think my deadly death-ray gaze is milder than theirs because I don’t want to incinerate my Mom. Even though I know she’s immune to feline death-rays and sad puppy-dog eyes, I don’t want to take any chances. She’s a really good Mom, after all.

But, honestly, I don’t see how I could do better than Sweetie Pie. If they had an Animal Olympic event in deadly laser eye blasts, she would take the gold. As proof, I give you this final picture, taken with her on the basement steps at Granny’s house.

Gold-medal blastCould anybody beat that? I think not!

A WRITING PROMPT FOR ANIMALS: You’re ready to turn your deadly laser eyes on, but you withhold the blast. Why?

KG

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One thought on “Caturday With Katya — Laser-Eyed Neighbors

  1. Jane
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    February 8, 2014 at 9:34am

    My girl Cricket had two different colors of laser vision. One, which she switched on in daylight was blue. The other, green. She was pretty cute either way.

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