January 9th 2012 10:42 pm
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Mum thinks it may be the full moon but I am very active at the moment. Josie and I played such a cool game of chase yesterday that both our tails went fluff which made my mum laugh. And at night I decided I didn't want the tame quiet of my mum's bed; I wanted night-time adventure.
Apparently night-time adventure isn't one of my options though as the door was locked shut so I had to stay in.
So this morning I had a mere sniff of my breakfast and I asked for mum to unlock the door and free me to the wild and she did. Off I went, nose aquiver for the scents and sounds of my fellow adventurers and then I saw her. That tortie cat who has been in the area so I turned tail and was back through that magic door like a torpedoe.
She chased me and would have come in but our door held firm. I was safe. For now.
Mum says she thinks the cat looks rather sweet. We saw her on Sunday too and she tried to come in then. We had a paddy paw fight - only it was through the glass of the door so no-one got hurt and she gave up in the end.
Mum says she is even smaller than me but it's not the size that counts - ask Josie! Mum thinks she must be a young kitty recently let out as she seems to be looked after. Mum thinks we could be friends but I don't. One tortie in my life is quite enough.
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Cats come in all shapes and sizes but little cats rock. I've been a little bloke all my life and I wouldn't want to change even if I could. I am happy in the fur I'm in. Being the runt of my litter I was never going to be big.
Be care if you go out at night mate there are lots of scary things that can hurt you. It's best to stay inside after dark. I'm sure your mum will agree with me on that one.
Oh Toby, little kitty-girls are fun! You should really give her a chance.
As for going out at night I wouldn´t recommend that either.
You never know...