A different Monty being conspicuously indifferent to cricket

Dandy Dan writes:

When visiting my friends Simon and Esther in Durham, I couldn’t help notice their cat Monty being conspicuously indifferent to the cricket.

Definitely not watching, even if there's a well-positioned mirror off camera

However, what we can see from this photo is that Mohammed Ashraful has obviously sensed Monty’s indifference to him and his batting, so has decided to show a similar level of indifference to Monty as some sort of riposte.

Later, when he thought no one was watching, I managed to take a photo of Monty being conspicously interested in the cricket. This interest appears to be too late, as Finn has clearly decided to ignore him.

Are Monty's eyes open? That is the question

Animals being conspicously interested in the cricket. Is this a new feature?

If you’ve got a picture of an animal being conspicously indifferent to cricket, send it to king@kingcricket.co.uk.

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5 Appeals

  1. Animals being conspicuously interested in cricket is utterly inappropriate for this site.

    Frankly, I’m surprised that His Majesty even allowed the idea to be postulated.

  2. Oh! look at his little face and his great big paws!!

    I note that KC isn’t allowing the idea of animals being conspicuously interested in cricket to be postulated, because immediately on it being raised by Dandy Dan, KC immediately asks only for photos of animals being conspicuously indifferent to cricket.

    I am slightly freaked out by the disembodied blue-stockinged foot in the second photo.

  3. I’d like to apologise for my suggestion of a new feature. i withdraw it with immediate effect.

    Miriam. That blue-socked foot is mine. I was leaning over from a chair. Whilst Monty was being conspicuously indifferent to the cricket. for lengthy periods of time, his moment of being interested in the cricket was brief, so I had no chance to frame the photo correctly.

    And your suggestion he’s got a little face proves that the camera can tell lies. He’s got the biggest face I’ve ever seen on a cat. About the size of an Xbox 360 controller.
    Hence the slightly blurred image as well

  4. King Cricket followers being conspicuously indifferent to a Post about animals being conspicuously indifferent to cricket.

  5. I have a great picture of my Harris Hawk attacking the batsman because we put a piece of chicken on the back of his helmet as he came out to bat. Any tech wizards here? can you tell me how to post it

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