Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable – Little Wonders

1 Companions

Even in Second Life, creatures form a part of our life. These little wonders become our companions, our friends, our source of laughter and joy.

I snapped this photo about a week ago while I was playing with my Kittycats. I had plopped down on this blanket, ostensibly to read, and the pose with my virtual cats reminded me so much of the behaviour of those in the corporeal world, I laughed out loud. Attention-seeking, wrapping themselves around me, rolling on top of my book to encourage a belly rub…just so much like my “real” little ball of fur that I swear I could feel the tickle of their whiskers and hear the rumble of their purring.

In the background, you can see my attack penguin guarding us. He will follow you around like a little puppy if granted that pleasure, but I still think he’s happiest when he is patrolling, keeping the home front safe from…whatever it is that virtual penguins deem to be a threat.

This was my obvious choice for the Weekly Photo Challenge, Companionable. Please check out the comments of that post for other entries to this week’s challenge.

16 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable – Little Wonders

  1. Hope you picked up the celebration SL10B KittyCats gift, Peep! (check my blog for details if you don’t know about it.)

  2. You are amazing. As a writer and as a photographer. I decided to stop liking posts (I havent been able to log on till now) because otherwise you might think you have a deranged ‘like-stalker’ after you. I did go over all your posts and you truly are amazing. Hugs

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