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Feline Friday – #66 – inside outside

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Frankie says it’s good to sit outside on the front balcony watching the birds and squirrels and people walking by.

But it’s most advisable once in a while to turn around and keep an eye on what’s going on indoors too. You never want to be taken by surprise.

Frankie

After an interlude on the balcony, it’s time to come indoors and keep fit with some resistance exercises. Push back legs against the wall with arms raised and teeth bared. The paper bag is an essential component as it allows some easy motion sliding around on the floor while keeping fur clean.

Yes, as a feline, it’s important to keep to a schedule every day. Indoor and outdoor activities must be carefully balanced with meals and naps.

Until next time, cheers, Frankie!

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Author: RMW

I am an explorer and creative person. I've had many jobs, careers and interests... everything in life and the universe fascinates me. Born in Brighton, England, I've lived my entire adult life in Los Angeles. Recently I rediscovered photography and I am busy learning everything I can about it. It's a great excuse for getting outside, wandering around and stopping to look at things.

6 thoughts on “Feline Friday – #66 – inside outside

  1. Way to go, Frankie!!! I’ll have to remember out the paper bag when I’m doing my floor exercises.

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  2. Paper bag to keep fur clean! Genius!

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  3. Frankie relaxes exactly like Dylan!

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  4. Frankie says he is a copycat!

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