When the sun’s shining, most of my lot like to indulge in one of the more traditional cat pastimes – Following the Indoor Sun. They’re such a predictable bunch that you can practically set your watch by them – I’m sure your cats are the same!
7.30am – 9.00am: left side of living room.
This is the first Caturday Cat Pics sans Eric, and, let me tell you, there’s been a few changes round these parts… Continue reading
This week Eric discovered that a bloke can’t even enjoy his God complex for 5 minutes without some joker interrupting.
“Behold! For I am Master of the Universe; Lord of all I survey!”
Spring may be around the corner (hopefully!), but there was yet more snow for many parts of the country this week. Us South Londoners escaped with Continue reading
Whoever would’ve thought that former East End hard-cat, Eric, would be upset by a teensy weensy bit of snow? Turns out he hates having cold feet!
Here’s a few pics I took this morning when he forced himself outside to patrol the garden. I wish I’d taken video of this now, as there was an awful lot of growling, snarling, hissing and general feline effin’ and jeffin’ going on everytime he stepped in the snow! I got bitten a couple of times too, as naturally it was all my fault. (Apologies in advance for the language, but I’m afraid Eric’s just that kind of cat!)
“Oh – FFS!”
“Look at it! It’s bleedin’ everywhere!”
“I’m getting p*ssed off with this!”
“Now I’m REALLY fackin’ p*ssed off!”
“Right – let’s get fings sorted. This needs a bleedin’ sniff.”
“This needs a fackin’ spray.”
“Job’s a good un’ – I’m back indoors. You can stay out ‘ere if you like, you muppet!”
“This is more like it! Milk, 2 sugars please, luv – and look lively abaht it!”
This week some of the HQ Cats have been enjoying the late summer sunshine out on the balcony…
Martha grabbed prime king-of-the-castle position – on top of an upturned basket. And looked very pleased with herself!
Beryl discovered a New Favourite Place – squeezed in between two flowerpots.
Ethel demonstrated the Look Confident Enough And You’ll Get Away With It technique. It worked, and she was allowed to continue squashing my new plant!
Meanwhile, back indoors, Eric ruined his macho image by enjoying a lovely cuddle with his toy rat.