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Luke just doesn't understand how the stuff in this book could possibly be any more entertaining than he is. Either that, or he is also studying to be an accountant. This is the third time I have caught him standing on my book in two days!
He's my boy. We took him in just over a year ago because he was headed to a shelter that only holds cats for 48 hours unless one of the volunteers agrees to foster them. He was 13 when I got him and he has a bit of an attitude most of the time (which would have made him very unlikely to be adopted). I love him though. It took him most of that year to warm up to my dogs, he hates the other cats, he isn't too fond of the kids, and he barely tolerates DH, but he's my little snuggle buddy. He rarely leaves my room, unless it's to scream at the kids because he hasn't been fed! He will track them down, meowing really loudly and slap their legs until they catch on (he has no front claws). If I'm not in bed by midnight he comes to track me down too, and then he sleeps curled up against my chest, with his head right under my chin.
Oh, and when I got him, he was so fat he could barely walk! He tipped the scales at 23 pounds the day I brought him home. One of our instructors at the school is a vet, so I talked to him about it. We put him on a diet (he wasn't happy about that) and he is now down to a manageable 15 or 16 pounds. If you are late with his meal by even 5 minutes, he acts like he hasn't been fed in three months! lol