Darn spell check, that should be lynx!
Did you look?
It's not a Lincoln, that would be a Cougar.
Could be a Mercury Bobcat.
Whatever it is, I believe I'd refrain from driving it until that animal got off the running board. He probably is not too friendly.
That's when you tell your wife "Honey go out and start the car and I'll be out in a minute"
That cat must be tired I've looked at this post earlier and he still hasn't moved.
Kinda resembles how my wife looked back in '88 when I came home Christmas Eve. barely in time for supper and told her I had just ordered a new 30' sailboat. We sold that boat back in 2001 and to this day she still doesn't let me forget it! Always easier to beg forgiveness than ask for approval.
That's not where I thought you were going with that.
One of our house cats.
She is a Highland Lynx, named Hijynx. We call her Jinx or Jinxie for short.
I need to get the coupe out, and take a picture of her laying on the running board.
Yeah right Wayne, the cat will lay on the running board only if the cat wants to! People don't own cats...cats own people!
Wayne, that is an incredibly beautiful animal ! How big is she ? We have a kitty that was a bottle-raised orphan, cute little fellow, he's now at 18 pounds and not fat. He's sort of a Siameasy-looking guy, but something of a throwback, upper canine teeth are very long . . . he's a "saber-tooth kitty", and a "real pussycat" . . . I might be able to get him to lie on the runningboard for a picture, but as Dennis says, only if HE thinks it's a good idea !