October 31st 2011 11:28 pm
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Mealtimes at our house work like this - mum puts down two bowls and we start eating. After a little while I realise that Josie has the more delicious half of the sachet and go to eat from her bowl. She runs to mum and mum gives her my discarded bowl - which suddenly I want - and meanly stops me switching again.
Yesterday mum fed us and went in the sitting room and a few minutes later in came Josie but when mum went to fetch the spare bowl she found that there wasn't one. Dylan was tucking in.
Mum asked him how he had got in but he is a polite cat and wouldn't talk with his mouth full so didn't answer.
Mum gave Josie some extra food and went round checking all the doors and windows but none were open. She thinks he must have sneaked in just after me when our magic door was still a little bit open. He says it's Halloween Magic!
Talking of which Mum put out a big tub of chocklit and she told us that was for any Trick or Treat kids that came round. I was very worried that they might want my treats but she said they would most definitely prefer chocklit. We never did find out as none came and now mum must eat all that chocklit herself. She didn't look too upset by that actually.
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Your mealtimes sound like alot of fun! Cool that you had some Halloween Magic at your house and an extra dinner guest.
Great that the kids didn't want your treats and also left the human treats for your Mum!
Very cute diary. You write well Toby!
Your meal times sounds like musical bowls. Do you keep going from bowl to bowl until the music stops and you eat out of the bowl you're in front of? Dylan sounds like he needs to meet Mr wacky paw. The nerve he has just walking into your house and eating yours and Josie's food when he feels like it.
Extra cats are good. The more, the merrier. Every human should have at least two or three cats.