February 9th 2012 10:18 pm
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One of our favourite pieces of furniture is our big bed that lives by the radiator in winter and the window in summer. Mum says it's not a cat bed, it's a pouffe, but we sleep on it therefore it is our bed.
On this bed is a throw all pattened with paw prints so people know it is ours. I have seen Josie sniggle herself under this and always wanted to do the same but I never quite worked out her secret.
Last night I cracked it. You have to start from the edge (I had been trying to get through the middle.) I got myself all snug and cosy under and drifted off to sleep.
Then I heard my mum say, "This will not end happily" and I heard a ker-thunk as Josie landed next to me. There was some very gentle movement as she sniffed the throw than she patted me, and patted some more. I sneaked out a paw and grabbed her foot and that made the patting stop.
Mum asked if I can see how patting is kinder than the full body leap that I do when I see Josie under the throw. Yes it is kinder - but I'm not the kind one!
It snowed again yesterday. I went out in it but it was so cold and wet I very quickly came back in again and we have been purring for all the kitties that don't have warm homes to go to.
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MOL I love to play under the covers too but most kitties here love the the fully body slam rather than the pat. Josie is soooo nice.
ConCATulations on being chosen as Daily Diary Pick for the second time this week! Wooooooo Hooooooo! That Diary Gal sure likes you! I have nefur been one to crawl underneath the covers, but my brofur Blue II does it all the time. Meowmy says that he is cold blooded. Whenefur she can't find him, she knows to look fur a "lump" on the bed...and viola! there he is! When my sisfur or I find him all cozy and comfy under there, we give him the full body slam and wake him up. We are not as nice as Josie. You are lucky to have such a nice sisfur. You and I are both furry lucky to have a nice warm house to live in, with purrlenty of clean water to drink, and lots of nice food to eat, and a mum to take care of us. Yes, we should purray for the kitties who do not have these things...