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Linkity has had a WEEK


Polly looking on whilst Harry tries to remove his IV bandage from his overnight stay at the emergency vet. Turns out he’d decided to supplement his diet with cardboard. Fortunately, the vet was able to resolve the issue without surgery. WHEW.

Harry’s leg after the bandage was removed (by me).

Harry, having sat on Polly. Love the expression on Polly’s face!

Polly grooming!

Linkity needs a nap

Reading Update
March: Book One by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, & Nate Powell. Excellent graphic novel autobiography of Representative John Lewis, told in flashbacks on the day of President Barack Obama’s first inauguration.
Art and Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking by David Bayles and Ted Orland. What the title says, but much more engaging than you’d expect from the title.
Unmasking Autism: Discovering the New Faces of Neurodiversity by Devon Price. Very good examination of autistic masking, that is, of hiding one’s neurodiversity and mimicking neurotypicality as best one can in order to fit in.


Serious Harry.

Polly having a think.

Siblings hanging out in a kitty hammock.

Linkity contemplates imperialism


Polly’s Flehmen Response in action.

Harry scent marking the window frame.

Linkity for a long weekend (in the US and Canada, at least)


Sibling standoff!

Harry glamour shot! (He is just ridiculously shiny.)

Polly trying to take a selfie. 😉

Linkity can’t believe it’s already time for the Minnesota State Fair


Mayhem, annoyed by Harry’s existence.

Polly with a sparkleball!

Polly and Harry on a kitty hammock.

Abundant linkity abounds

No linkity next week! I won’t be available during my linkity making time.


“WHAT NOW?!” -Harry and Polly

Probably wondering if I’m taking an unflattering photo of them…

Harry watching a BIRD.

Polly chittering at a bird.

In which Harry and Polly turn 2


Mayhem helping my newly washed sheets regain some of the lost fur…

Happy 2nd birthday to Harry and Polly!

It’s linkity time again!

Reading
Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone by Brene Brown. A very good and very timely read – if everyone seems more and more polarized on issues and you’re trying to bridge the widening gap, this book might help.
Art Supplies: Making, Manufacturing, and Creating by Jane Audas. Very good overview of people and companies involved in the creation of art supplies, from Beam Paints to Liquitex.


Polly upside-down cake!

Harry sleeping off some ‘nip.

Linkity is Concerned that the world is melting


Siblings!

Awwww.

Polly laughing at her own joke.

Linkity does not endorse [feline] sibling smackdowns


Polly is not pleased Harry has infringed on her space.

“Harry STOP!” -Polly, apparently