June 29th 2011 12:26 am
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Yesterday the sky rumbled and was very noisy but I was incredibly brave about the whole thing. That's my story and no-one was home to see that I wasn't! Josie his under mum's bed throughout so she can't say either.
We were pleased to see mum home though. She said everything should feel a bit cooler now - but it didn't really.
Then she was sitting on the sofa talking in to that thing she does sometimes and I was nestled in my favourite part of the sofa arm. Josie was sitting on the back of the sofa by mum's head. Then Josie came down and sat on the arm of the sofa next to me and she settled down and had a little snooze there and I had good boy paws and let her be.
My mum said "The cats are sharing the arm of the sofa and no-one's fighting. That's a first" and we pretended we were asleep and not listening so we might hear more about ourselves and then she laughed and said, "Their bodies look asleep but when I said 'Cats' both of them flicked their ears round to hear" Rats! I had no idea my ears were giving me away.
But yes, it is true. Josie and I shared the arm and were content to be side by side and close to our mum. And we know this makes mum happy!
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My mum likes it when I snuggle with her and purr her to sleep every night but lately she hasn't made that task easy. She been up way past my bed time watching Wimbledon. I had to carrel her to bed three times before she took the hint and went to bed last night. But I was the good son and stayed close. Sounds like you're turning into the good son and good little brother too.
My mum watches Wimbledon too. She watches it so much that Josie has to sit in front of the screen so she can't watch it any more. If mum wants to watch balls being batted about I am perfectly happy to oblige and she should be watching me! Purrs Toby
YAY fur good boy paws!