It looks like me playing on the floor with my cat.
Is that a cat or a dog?
It’s a cat!
He looks handicapped to me.
This is a very big cat. The man is very happy with him.
The cat wants her tummy rubbed.
The man is very happy, and he’s smiling to the cat.
Because the cat is on the floor, he’s playing with him.
It looks like he is imitating the cat.
The cat is shispering in his ear that the floor is only for rats.
I like cats, but not that cat. Too Big.
They don’t like each other.
I think they do. They love each other.
He has a problem with his tail. It won’t bend.
He’s laying comfortably. He’s relaxing, swishing his tail back and forth.
Their names are Tom and Jerry. Take your pick!
They’re both named Rose.
Gingee is the cat. Yaacov is the boy. Yaacov has a slipper on his foot.
Is that a rug they’re lying on? It doesn’t look like it’s torn up yet.
If it looks like a rug and feels like a rug, it is a rug!
They’re playing with each other.
He is imitating the cat. The cat is all exposed. Good thing the boy is not exposed!
They look like friends, I guess.
They are bonding together.
He’s a very big cat, very strong and healthy.
The cat looks like he just ate.
They are friendly and happy. He looks at the cat and it makes him happy.
Is the cat a he or a she?
How come the carpet’s not torn up yet? Did he get his claws clipped?
The cat probably has a scratching tree.
The cat is saying in his ear, “If you want to imitate me, you have to meow.”
The man is saying, “I love you;” he’s saying to the cat, “I love you.”
The cat is saying, “Shame on you. I have my pants on.”
“It’s a one-sided love affair,” the cat is singing.
Gingee is saying, “No, no, I love you too.”
The boy said something to the cat and is waiting for an answer.
He did answer; he’s purring and meowing at the same time.
Maybe he’s making noises, like, “Meow, meow.”
I think they’re playing, rolling around on the rug there.
I think they were boxing before this.
A lot of cats don’t have homes; he is happy in the home. He’s got love and food.
A lot of cats go through garbage to find food.
A lot of humans don’t have a home.
This cat has a very nice home, and sometimes he sees homeless people on the street.
Next, they will eat lunch. And play with some balls.
They’re trying to decide who’s getting more attention, the cat or the boy.
I think he’s a very active young boy. He’s lying down, but he’ll get up and run around.
Then they’ll separate from each other.
The boy’s mom says, “Stop playing with that cat and come to dinner!”
Created at the Freda Mohr Senior Center