What a busy summer!

Howdy friends! Missed me? I'm sorry for not posting any updates recently, but I decided to take a little break from blogging during the summer. After all, I had quite a busy schedule! Let me show you what I mean by that.

As you probably know, I'm an avid fly hunter. Now, that might sound easy, but if you want to catch flies, you have to put aside a lot of time for subtle observations of your surroundings. Here's one of the ways of doing it:

Now, it might seem like I'm just casually sitting on my cat tree, but let not my gentle looks deceive you! As soon as I spot anything flying around, I can switch to hunter mode in split of a second. And when that happens, no insect is safe!

See? Even the photo is blurry from all the fast action! Now, let me catch my breath for a little while...

Of course, after such a busy day you have to relax a bit to recharge your batteries. My favorite summer pose for that is flat on the back, belly up, ready for rubs.

And to keep in shape I also have to exercise regularly. Lately, I started doing yoga, and I can already do some pretty cool poses like this one:

So. I hope you enjoyed my summer update! I'll try to post more regularly now that I'm not that busy with air traffic control and fly hunting anymore (it seems that insect don't like flying in the rain...).


The Island Cats said...

Epic, welcome back! Looks like you spent your summer doing some fun stuff! We like to hunt those pesky flies too!!

Furkidsmom said...

Welcome back! We like flies too!

Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

Cathy Keisha said...

LOVE the yoga pose. Our job of catching vermin seems to never end, does it? You did a fine job, my furrend.

brandi said...

Oh, welcome back, little one! Keep up with your yoga! You'll stay more limber for those flying vermin catching success stories!

Pirulo Furry said...

Hi, Epic! I'm very glad you're back. I missed you! I always enjoy reading your posts. Now, if you excuse me, I think I'm going to find myself a fly to practice your technics. See ya!

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

Hai again! We don't tweet so we haven't been keeping up with you (mewmie has an twitter thingy but isn't sure how to use it right and she says she's been too busy to learn). We hopes your paw is ok now, did you hurt it catching flies?

We are glad to see you are back and we can study your tutorials once again!

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Hi Epic! We are gald to see you! We missed you but it looks like you had a very good summer - you are looking great! And oh, we think you did a great job with that fly catching!

Oh, before we forget to tell you, we did new badges at the naughty kitty club - you can of course keep the old one, but you should stop by and get the new one when you have a chance!!

Epic the Cat said...

Thanks everyone for your nice comments *headbutt* And good luck with fly hunting!

@Teri: Yeah, my paw is ok - was only in pain for about a day. I was a bit clumsy and fell off the table during a nap *blush*

@Amy: Thanks for letting me know, will stop by!

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