King of box land

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Mosfet the cat is king of box land…


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10 Comments

  1. This looks like our living room, unfortunately. Except our bubble wrap is configured as post-consumer waste rather than pre-consumer waste. From here, mosfet looks exactly like one of our two overlords.

    If your mosfet is wired like ours, recycling (or removal of any type) is strictly prohibited.

  2. Awwww. Mosfet’s so cute. You just say “the cat,” whose is he?

  3. cats do not belong to anyone, if you are fortunate – you belong to them…

  4. it’s good to be the king.

  5. Your cat’s name is Mosfet; how cool is that?!
    As we say in germany; dogs have lordings, cats have personnel…

  6. Cute kitty. My cat last night went into a huge storage box I had in my living room that was open. It took him some time (with my help) to figure out the best way to get out of it… 😉 Hope to make it to the chat next weekend… I have it on my calendar but I keep forgetting. Sigh.

  7. Mosfet looks like the identical twin of Max, the ruler of our household. Max has the same golden eyes and velvety black coat. 🙂

  8. I love black cats.

  9. Very nice! Our black cat is called Cathode, and also loves when boxes arrive.

  10. Our cat, Bella, doesn’t like us cleaning up either. She loves it when I leave the basement door open and she can get down into the shop. Tons of boxes filled with random stuff! And crinkly stuff too, may I add.

    Any ideas for another cool cat name derived from an electrical component?! 😀

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