Well... it's actually very ordinary picture of sleeping Whiskey. Perhaps I should be posting pictures of him when he is awake as this is more rare occasion. The creature sleeps a lot... and I mean a lot. He is exceptionally good at it :-) It's nothing unusual for cats however (although I dare to claim that Whiskey is a lazy cat and he probably is less active than his other furry friends). Apparently sleeping takes up about two-third of cat's life. That sleeping habit is a result of the cat’s evolution, nutritional habits, and physiology. In the wild, cats have to hunt in order to eat, and the stalking, chasing, and killing of prey burns a lot of energy. Sleeping helps cats conserve energy between meals. House cats, like Whiskey, don't need to chase down their dinner. They are, on the contrary, served their meals (well... Whiskey is getting often gourmet meals! I wish I was fed like that!), in a timely fashion. But the instincts haven’t changed; house cats have the same genetic programming as feral cats. Not bad to be a cat, don't you think so? :-)
I am your dad Atria.