Bob: Glad we were able to take a break... who knew this event would be so popular. And we'd barely scratched the surface with the Under category and the always inventive freestyle.
Jim: Well Bob, hiding is a natural catlete behavior. I'm just glad we're not hosting any of the napping events.
Bob: That's for sure Jim! Now let’s get to the
action with our first catlete Chilli of Cat with a Garden
with the rug
Jim: Well Bob, the judges should be very impressed with this
strong performance. This could have almost been a disqualification, but the
show of the tail and the obvious interest from sister Siena saved Chilli. Wait Bob, I’m getting word from
the judges that a visible lump would also have been acceptable.
Bob: Wait? Just a visible lump is acceptable? How would they
even know it was a cat?
Jim: Well Bob, apparently the lump does have to be cat-sized
or cat-shaped. As demonstrated by the next competitor Katie from GloGirly
Bob: Very impressive performance. I'm glad we were able to see the under the cover angle. I understand another
competitor has taken the arena, let’s get right to the action with another under the sheet catlete Tim from Random Felines
Jim: The classic toes and tail manuever! A smart choice in the blankie division. Here's Joey on the blankie division.
Bob: It's a bold Tail and Tock showing! Now for the opposite end of the catlete we have Cedar
Jim: Look how how Cedar presses into the carpet to hide from Mr. Mouse.
Bob: Cedar is determined! Looks like Ernie is ready to answer this call to action.
Jim: Well Bob, this entry should get high marks for
intention. Ernie of The Island Cats
looks very determined here. Look at the degree of difficulty.
He’s using the smallest rug in the competition!
Bob: I understand this is winning extra favor
with the judges because we can see
clearly that he’s preparing for a pounce. I think we know
who Ernie is after…
Jim: It’s sister Zoey! A very impressive entry in the tunnel
category! And look how she boldly goes with a two-third visible entry! But
Ernie isn’t going to take that lying down!
Jim: I take it back Bob! Looks like he is going to take it
lying down! Look at the cheek in this shot! I’d say it’s almost a full
three-quarter cat showing here
Bob: A very bold choice with the full bed to hide under
available to him.
Jim: Indeed Bob! And you’ll see his eyes show the clear
surprise at being caught.Looks like Mario of Mario Da Cat
is not going to let that move go unchallenged.
Bob: It's another Toes and Tail, and this time the kitty is almost visible through the lace. Looks like little Chilli has him on the ropes with this next move!
Jim: Holy Cod Bob! Look at the extra-cute style points here!
Full toe exposure! And look at that little nose! But wait, she’s not even done!
Bob: Chilli’s really pushing this event to the limit! It’s a
true “In Your Face” maneuver!
Jim: This little catlete is a real competitor! And here's another strong little catlete answering the challenge,
Bob: But I think Ayla of Mark's Mews
is not going to let that call to
action go unanswered.
Jim: And Ayla puts in a strong final performance! I think we see the reason clearly here! I was wrong, looks like there is another purrformance.
Bob: Jim, I'm confused here... is this a two-tailed catlete?
Jim: No Bob! I'm getting word there is a rarely seen, double-hide using the Cabinet apparatus from Truffle and Brulee of Sweet Purrfections
Jim:Whew Bob! This has been a real claw-biter! I'm glad all the participants are getting gold!!