Today is back-to-school day for my kids. The house is quiet except for the remaining toddler who is feeling slightly left out as she watches her older siblings head to school.
With (most of) the kids gone, it means a quieter day for my cats who will no doubt enjoy some calm after the crazy of summer. I am sure they will spend a good majority of their day lounging on their favorite spot (the top of the couch) and watch the rainfall from the windows. They are typical lazy cats like that.
Not all cats are the sleep-all-day type of cats. There are some who take a cue from our kids and all their homework and want to increase their brain power too. Some like to watch educational television shows, some concentrate on biology (sorry mouse) and other cats like to hit the books. Perhaps these cats can teach my kids a thing or two about the importance of reading.
Click through to see 10 cats who love to read:
I’m Reading Here 1 of 10He does not seem impressed that you've interrupted him.
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It’s the Good Part 2 of 10He is totally into this book
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Nose Deep 3 of 10Reading for breakfast, the perfect time.
Photo credit: raider of gin/ Flickr
Holding His Spot 4 of 10He wants to tell you all the crazy things he just read about.
Photo credit: Trinity/ Flickr
Book Love 5 of 10So in love he cuddles in his sleep.
Photo credit: Dr. Hemmert/ Flickr
Educational or Self Help? 6 of 10Could go either way here -- good or bad.
Photo credit: Elaine Vigneault/ Flickr
Break Time 7 of 10He is giving his eyes a bit of a rest.
Photo credit: Mr Thinktank/ Flickr
Comic Book 8 of 10Reading doesn't have to be all novels.
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It’s the Good Part 9 of 10He just had a break through.
Photo credit: danja/ Flickr
Won’t Let it Go 10 of 10He wants to hold on to it forever. Such a good story.
Photo credit: LUNARIX-PIX/ Flickr
Photo credit: LUNARIX-PIX / Flickr
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