This was an extremely risky shot; I had left my zoom lens in the car but was determined to catch the animal at the precise moment it awoke from slumber. I ended up waiting over 3 hours, braving both frostbite and the grumpy animal's wrath to get the shot. Only inches from it's razor sharp claws and teeth, I could have been slashed in seconds if animal saw me as a threat. This was, unfortunately, the only picture I was able to snap before I began to fear for my safety. The animal would come to its senses momentarily, and be hungry after its nap. So I fled with my single trophy, and the satisfaction of sharing a brief moment with such a majestic beast.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
Wednesday, December 03, 2008
Thursday, October 16, 2008
We call him "Kitty # 4" because there are already 3 cats
living here, but he doesn't seem to care about that. Here
he is inside our front door where he believes he lives.
He likes us because food is love.
"Kitty # 4" is reknown for his huge paws.
Thursday, October 09, 2008
Some readers may already be familiar with
some of Antonio's modeling work. It has been called bold,
fresh, and blurry. And now we are very pleased
to welcome him to TimeEagle. But there's more than just
classical good looks and a huge bladder here, ladies!
Let's find out about the cat behind the model.
Body Shape: Big head. Very fat in the belly.
Hobbies: When he's not sleeping, Antonio likes to patrol
the food dish at regular 10 minute intervals. This way he ensures
that food-dish status is normal. If another cat is trying
to eat during a "patrol", Antonio will smell the other cat until
it becomes uncomfortable and leaves.
Watch out ladies!!
Friday, September 19, 2008
Thursday, April 17, 2008
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Sunday, February 10, 2008
Sunday, October 07, 2007
Sweetpea and WeirdHead are two cats that lived nextdoor
in San Francisco. We go visit them whenever a kind soul
will buzz us in to the garden area.
They seemed to be exclusively "outdoor" cats. We often
found Sweetpea sitting on our porch in the rain. She would
make a little quack sound as we greeted her and urged her
to get under our stoop.
I called him WeirdHead because I didn't know his real name
and his head always seemed lopsided to me. To make matters
worse, he seems to have lost a tooth since we last saw him
causing his tongue to permanently hang out.
I also thought he looked weird when he meow-ed, moving
his head around and crinkling his nose.
Before we moved in, he must have been using our cement
backyard as a litter-box for a long time because there was
quite a good deal of his weird, orange shit. It makes the person
cleaning it wonder what kind of bizarre things such a cat is eating.
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Saturday, December 16, 2006
Sunday, October 29, 2006
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Saturday, September 09, 2006
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
Here is the view from my desk. The house was built by Samay's Grandfather and can turn 360 degrees on its' axis! All of the electrical outlets are on a center pole. A lot of people seem to know about the house because you can see it from the highway.
Sunday, June 11, 2006
Hello and Welcome Back!
Did you know there are exciting changes happening here at TimeEagle.com? At TimeEagle.com we're always asking ourself how we can serve our visitor(s) better. After extensive testing, our marketing department has found that nearly 99.9% of visitors of TimeEagle.com want postings to occur more frequently and with more regularity. So let me be the first to announce an exciting new effort to post more frequently and more regularly. You can look forward to at least one new post per week*, filled with all the cutting-edge insight and information TimeEagle readers have come to expect.
Sunday, April 02, 2006
We thought Tub was overweight but
then we gave her a haircut.
It turns out most of the weight was hair!
...most of it.
Tub likes to sleep on the stove to keep warm
and stay abreast of any changes in the food dish.
Soon, the food will come to her.
Sleep now, little fatso.
Saturday, December 31, 2005
Here is a very old tree. I was able to tell how old it was by cutting it down and looking at the rings.
If you like trees, Muir Woods might be the place for you
Here are some more trees
This is the last picture with trees!
The Ladybugs seemed to be attracted to something in the wood. Perhaps aphids, whom they will enslave to do their dirty work.
They're swarming, they're swarming!