Cyndi: Well, it's hard to believe but we're going to have to order that fire ant alarm for Jan. She's one expensive human!
Cameron: Did we ever check to see if one has been invented yet? Well, as soon as we finish this post, we need to visit to see if Amazon sells one.
Micah: As you can guess. Jan was attacked again this evening. Three times in less than 2 weeks. No visible fire ant mound, no warning.
Sam: She gave Buddy a bath with no problem. She was bathing me when she started dancing and yelling. Then she shoved the hose down one shoe, then the other. They didn't bother me but that might be because Jan drowned them before they reached me. She sure did squish when she walked after that.
Rusty: This is an old photo of me. Jan turned it sepia for today. I might look like I'm sleeping sitting up but don't be fooled. I was actually ... well, I guess I was actually sleeping.
Merci: This is the original. Yep, Rusty was sleeping on the job. He was supposed to be posing as a hunky mancat. How about it ladycats, does Rusty look hunky when he sleeps?
Marcus: This is tomorrow's black and white photo. We're adding it out of order for a reason. We have no idea what the reason is, but Jan said we should so we'll try it her way.
Buddy: This is the reason. For Caturday Art, Jan turned the black and white version into an old photo with the lines and creases. Then she layered it onto the sepia version and then onto the black and white. We're not sure what that makes this but we have to admit, it is different. It's kind of growing on us.
Percy: I certainly hope it is not growing on us, Buddy. I can handle it at arm's length, but up close, it might be contagious, or worse, fatal. Oh, you meant we're starting to like it? True, but if you stare at it too long, you can actually see Rusty's head begin to bob as he nods off.
Ruckus the Eskie hosts the Sepia Saturday blog hop.
Athena hosts Caturday Art.