Moet and her blue capeIt’s been a while since I joined social media and in that time I’ve made some furrtastic friends. Some so amazing that they even send me gifts. My gifts have come from furriends both on Twitter and Instagram and from lots of places all over the world, and every single one has delighted and entertained me.

Well now, it would be rude not to ‘model’ my new gifts, especially when they are wearables. Although I must admit, I’m also partial to ‘trying on’ treats, toys and cards for size as well.

So I thought I’d let you know just what it’s like to be a cat-meowdel, while staff does the handy camera-work. Or not so handy, as you will see.

First of all, you have to realise I’m a rather restless girl, who never sits still and thinks that everything presented is a toy – that is, until I can smell that it’s something to eat. With that in mind, staff’s first challenge is to adorn me with said item. Never easy. However, once it’s on, I try my hardest to ‘scrape’ or ‘roll’ it off. Staff tries hard by telling me in that silly cat-voice of hers how beautiful I look. That does help… I may have a very small vain streak, and eventually I’ll stop trying to remove it and start strutting around. It’s at this point that staff grabs the camera. Or her phone. Or neither if one isn’t to hand, upon which ensues a frantic search before I get too frisky and run off.

Moet with pink bow collarFinally, she has the camera. Oh, but now the lighting isn’t correct, because I’m posing under the table or in the least photogenic spot in the flat. Patience, I’ll come out eventually. And so I do! Staff snaps away frantically on ‘burst’ mode, so as to try and get at least one decent shot. I dart around, don’t stop moving and refuse to look at the camera, in true diva style. But credit to her, there’s usually one shot that’s usable in the hundreds she’s just taken (and needs to patiently wade through).

Moet and pink crochet thingEvery now and then, I might play ball and sit looking demure on one of my scratchers or cat trees. Or I may flirt with the sound of the camera clicker to ‘look at me’. But I guess I’m not really a ‘natural’… yet. Staff says she will try to train me by getting me more used to it. However, I’d much rather keep it as a game of chase and shoot!

The photos attached are, of course, the good ones!

You can follow Moet on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat: @MoetBlindCat

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Dogs Come when Called

"Dogs come when called. Cats take a message and get back to you."

"Of course, every cat is really the most beautiful woman in the room."

Edward Verrall Luca (essayist)