Carpe Diem

Cats live in the moment and have no need for Latin sayings like…

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Odin, seen here with the focus of a Zen monk may not be educated or know Latin, but his big brother Merlin is there to educate him.


Okay, now back to what’s really important in the moment:napping

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17 thoughts on “Carpe Diem

    1. LOL, that’s a first: a Merlin groupie. He’ll be delighted and his evolved ego can handle the attention. I think 😉

  1. Well, well! Hi, there and thanks so much for visiting our blog on National Cat Day. I think it’s the perfect day to introduce ourselves. By the way, wanted you to know I looove to hear confessions from people/cats not Catholic. Such imaginative sinning (I think they just want to hear a cat gasp)!

    Me, being a priest, should know my Latin and yes, carpe diem does have to do with fish-“Fish of the Day,” don’tcha know.

    Hugs to Merlin and Odin (Merlin looks like a no-nonsense teacher)
    Tom & Julie

    1. Caren, it’s mine too which is why I wrote it on that piece of slate to remind me. Merlin is my photography muse.

  2. Sam’s with you on the “nap thing” Odin! Living in the moment takes a lot of energy – naps give you cats that and then some!

    Happy Tuesday
    Pam and Sam, One Spoiled Cat

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