Eric and FlynnA good fall down in those luscious green tall grasses looks like a lot of fun!!!purrs>^,,^<♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥
Oh go ahead guys, I'm not the least bit tired!
But raslen is so much fun!
Well, it was good while it lasted. It is rather a lazy day. xoxo
Yeah, wrassling can be tiring!
Aw, c'mon! We wanna see a good wrasslin' match!
But who won? I think the winner should make the loser bring him a mousie to munch on!
Maybe after a nice long snooze you'll be up to a good rassle!
Yeah, we're more into relaxing than rassling, too. :)
Darn, I was hoping for a diversion from Bird TV.
After a nice nap in the sun might be a good time for a rasslin match.
Have a little rest then you will be ready to go again :)xx
Rest. Rassle. Rest. Rassle. Rinse and repeat!
Go go go! Ginger mancat tussle- the best!!!
That rassle looked plenty long enough. Not worth the effort. Much more fun to relax in that tall grass. That is what we like to do. I am sitting here watching all the Queen's celebration on our TV. It is really something. Anyway, hope you have a great Tuesday.
MOL of course you should..you are out in your lovely grass with the sun shining purrfect place to release man cat energy.Hugs from your BFFFMadi
Enjoy your beautiful day, boys. And we'll enjoy seeing you. xoxox
Have a snuggle in the grass instead while the sun shines.Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
Isn't rasslin' what brothers are supposed to do? LOL! We love these photos ... and now there are kittehz around here who are getting some ideas! I'd better stay out of their way!!Grace & Company
You boys always make me smile!!!
Awww ... sun + grasses = NAP TIME to me!PURRS!Selina
So much fun wrasslin in the grass! Unless it is as hot there as it is here...
You´re lovely, boys!
All that lovely grass to wrassel in.. Looks good to me.. Hugs GJ xx
What? Since when has a rassle become a hassle?It's prime outdoor rassling season, guys!
Me would live to wrastle with yous guys! especially the falling in the grass part!KissesNellie
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