All right, Fediverse cat lovers, I want to settle this once and for all.
Up to this point I've been calling #PartManxFreyja a tortiseshell tabby, or tortie, because while she has some white fur it's not the majority of her fur, so I haven't been calling her coat calico.
But I showed pictures of her at work to one of my coworkers and ze said that Freyja was a calico. Ze may be right.
Here's a picture that shows most of Freyja's white fur, along with two I took today just because. Thoughts?
After months of thinking about it, even before I moved to Illinois when I lived in an apartment with carpet, I finally got some area rugs on Sunday night. The first picture is of the one in the living room, the second in my bedroom.
As a bonus the second picture has #PartManxFreyja in it. She definitely approves of both rugs.
DIY VoIP update
Figured out the audio inputs I need to unmute and turn up to get audio into the sound card for my NetBSD desktop. Since I'm using the connectors on the front of the tower, it's inputs.record2 and inputs.reclvl2 that I need to unmute and turn up. The output is on outputs.master18.
The picture shows what I'm using to get audio to/from my head. It uses a TRRS 3.5mm phone plug, so I have an adapter to split that for the separate mic input & phone output on the desktop's front.
I know she probably shouldn't have them, but one of Freyja's favorite toys is rubber bands. She got into a bag I'd carelessly left open in my computer/radio room.
These are also the first pictures I've taken with my DSLR since I moved here. I thought I'd left it in PA but it turns out I didn't.
Freyja loves this spot, but the reset button is right next to her front left paw.
She did eventually get up and hit the button. This is why putting power & reset buttons on the top is a mistake.
Of course I still love her even if she does reset my computer now and then.
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