First, he assisted (along with the rest of my crew, of course) on the crocheted afghan I have been making over the last few weeks.
This strand definitely needs to be a bit soggier.
Then he helped me stretch it out and tested for softness.
It appears to pass the comfort test as Nekoka planted himself on the edge to watch whatever it is that Sassy was doing under my chair.
Hopefully what she found is a toy and not a moth. I’m having issues with them right now.
I’m pretty happy with how the afghan turned out. It is going to be a Christmas present for my son – it has a sort of manly color scheme, I think.
Nekoka couldn’t resist the lure of the moth – he chased Sassy off and is looking for whatever remnants she left behind. By the time I got everything folded back up and in place, and retired to my computer room to write up my post for here, this is what I found in my computer chair:
This cat falls asleep faster than anyone I know.