Fairness In the Media

I was looking at the site stats the other day. Sounds thrilling, doesn’t it? I’ll admit, it can be boring, but it has to be done. After all, you never know when it will let you correct a serious social injustice.

No, really!

Specifically, I was looking at the number of times I’ve posted about the feline members of the household. Observe:

  • Kaja – 27 articles
  • Watanuki – 26 articles
  • Rhubarb – 25 articles
  • Kokoro – 20 articles
  • Yuki – 19 articles

Can you believe it? It’s a wonder the Poof and the Floof are even still talking to me. And yet they do. She still spends the night curled up on my lap or behind my knees. He still does his best to ensure that my elbows are squeaky-clean. OK, usually he starts licking my elbow in the middle of the night when I’m trying to sleep, but I’m pretty sure he means well.

So, to redress the balance a little–and make sure I stay in their good graces–here are a few pictures.

Kokoro has a crowded schedule of sleeping on the bed,

sleeping on the floor in the sun,

helping Maggie solve computer problems,

and manning–well, felining–the home laser defense turret.

Yuki is even busier, what with sleeping on the stairs,

sleeping on the bed,

helping me develop plot points (“And then what happens? Uh-huh. Sounds fascinating. Really.”),

and watching baseball (although he’s easily distracted–I believe this time it was the sound of a can of gooshy food being opened).

Still, despite their differences and their busy schedules, Kokoro and Yuki still find time to relax together over a nice bowl of catnip tea.

Well, OK, maybe not.

3 thoughts on “Fairness In the Media

    • Hmm. I wonder if there’s something underpawed going on here…

      Is your best friend covered in floof and prone to late-night elbow washing? If so, I need to have a little chat with Mr. Yuki about what he’s doing on his days off…


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