Way before our cat Condoleezza (now just Kuzia: after our first visit to the vet, who discovered that Condoleezza had balls) made our house his roaming place, Natalya and I had another pet, Mantildo. During summer months Mantildo's home was a boxwood bush near the porch. Every evening he would greet us, sitting on the top of the shrub. He never missed a chance to pose in front of my camera. He could freeze and stay like this for minutes, which made shooting him such a pleasant experience. Where he hides during the cold winter days, God only knows, but I'm sure with the first warm spring day we'll see him again on the top of the boxwood bush and I'll start treating him again with these stupid fat night-moths, which drive themselves nuts, flapping their wings around the porch lantern until they drop dead, fully exhausted.
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