These pics always remind me of the lolcat bible translation. Were you reading my blog when I posted about that? It's really bizarre.
Hi VioletNow I do a lot of 'downward facing dog' poses in my classes...this would be the backwards facing cat pose I take it?are you proficient at this one?Happy Days
I am surprised that cats need to relax even more than they normally do.
The thing is cats relax so well they can leap into action at any time.I can pull a muscle just watching.
so cute - it definitely brought a smile
I wish I could stretch out like that. It seems so comfortable and healthy. I envy that cat.
Cats are almost boneless, I think -- like when you try to pick one up without him wanting you to pick him up...he either hangs there like a bag of jello or twists himself in 14 different directions at once so you can't hold on to him.
I think I must search your archives geewits.Delwyn, I am neither proficient at downward dog nor backwards cat - but thanks for thinking I might be. I am more like Bandobras!LGS, all this practice is what makes it look so effortless. And I agree, XUP, what with their bizarre body curls.Cats always look comfortable, don't they, Irene? And I'm glad it brought you a smile Char.
neither of my cats could muster up the energy to do that, I take it that they would have to actually move more than a whisker at a time?
Now that is lazy, Sagittarian. Even my cat can do this without wakening up.
I need tagota this cat's class. It's obvious she's advanced.
Love that picture, maybe I should try that pose do think it works?
I should do the same..I have two felines that stretch always..but I.m NOT following their lead!!Good photo! Purrr..Zzzzz
My yoga instructor used to always use a cat as an example of how to relax, Lola. So, yes, Berni and Naturegirl, I think it does work!
Too cute and so flexible...:-)
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