My Year in Photos 2012
This is my friend’s cat, Tube Socks Eliot, or T.S. Eliot, if you will…..
He’s quite handsome, and there’s a rumor going around that he actually loves me more than he loves his daddy.
Oh what a pretty boy! Nice shot.
Mr. Eliot looks like he’d bite your head off if you mess with him. That’s probably just a persona. But I’m pretty sure he’s in charge.
His poppa is jealous because TS won’t let poppa pet his belly without biting him. However, when I am over, TS shows me his belly and let’s me kiss it and scratch it. I’m a cat whisperer 🙂
Great pet portrait. Love the look on T.S. Eliots face.
You aren’t actually allowed to post about a cat with such a unique name without then explaining the origin of said name.
I believe it started because he was going to be called Tube Socks (due to his leg markings), which became TS, which became TS Eliot. I call him tse tse fly (teetsy)
Update: his name is actually spelled Toob Socks Eliot, and that’s because one person wanted to name him after tube socks and another suggested “Eliot”.
I love the origins of pet names, Tube Socks Elliot being a great example. Henry sounds like Ennui, which was shortened to Oui which sounds like Flea so at times we call her Da Flea, though she doesn’t have any.
TS looks like a cool cat, and he knows a pushover when he sees one! 😉
ok, this is very convincing, a wonderful representation of the letter T! Tell it to him, please.
Great cat name – and he must really love you to pose so nicely for you!
Love this – he looks like the strong silent type!
Gorgeous cat portrait and very clever name! You can see he is quite a character by the look on his face.
It looks like TS Eliot is pure attitude! 🙂 I’m not so sure he loves anyone…he is sure everyone is in love w/ him lol
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