23 November 2015

Gravity's Unforgiving Pull

Our human tried for months to take a good picture of Tanya's belly but did not want to wait anymore and went ahead to snap it.

Each time Tanya would turn abruptly and run off.

There were times when she would promptly sit down and stare into emptiness. Our human would then wonder what went through that little brain.

The little red arrow shows her grossly unappealing sagging belly almost touching the floor even when she stands. Worsen by gravity's unforgiving pull, her belly sways from side to side when she walks fast or goes into a little run. 

After these photo shots, Tanya quickly plopped down, turned and gave this laser-glare that says 'I am not happy with you!'.


Mickey's Musings said...

Don't worry Tanya.
Sagging belly or not, we still think you are pretty :)

Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ

Layla Morgan Wilde ( Cat Wisdom 101) said...

We think it's cute!

Hannah and Lucy said...

We're sure it's Tanya's lovely thick fur that made you think she had a saggy belly.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx


Tanya we think you are just gorgeous with all that lovely tuxedo fur

Marg said...

Oh Tanya, don't feel bad about a swinging tummy, we have several cats here that have swinging tummies. You are a very pretty kitty anyway. We love your face. You all have a wonderful week.

The Island Cats said...

Pssssst! Tanya, I have a little bit of a sagging belly too. ~Wally

Cat and DOG Chat With Caren said...

Cody has a "swishing" belly too and has always had one, even when he was a kitten! Oh and for that matter, I have one too and this is the MOM! MOL!!

Katie Isabella said...

She's earned the privilege though through all her years. She doesn't wish to be embarrassed. :-)

Brian said...

Hey, I worked hard for my saggy belly too pretty girl!

pilch92 said...

She is beautiful :)

meowmeowmans said...

Don;t feel bad! We have some of that here, too, Tanya.

Debra Taylor said...

I guess she does not want her belly photographed. We have one who has such pretty fur on the belly. But she is a total squirming kitty when she shows it - maybe I should get a video of that.

For those reading this, check out my cat blog archives for some informative posts and stories about the cat abandoned/feral colony I manage.


Debby in Arizona