February 19th 2012 10:44 pm
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Mum came home on Saturday night and she had a small bag in her hand and she said they are "Catisfactions". She normally reads quite well but she was taking her time over this one. "Au fromage", she said, "that's "with cheese" but I don't know what croustillantes means".
Turns out it was written in French. Last week mum had popped off a few times and come back smelling of our friends Sandy and Minnie. She had been feeding them when their people went away and by way of a thank you to us for sharing her they brought us some treats from France.
The funny thing is that cats don't need to be bi-lingual. Josie ansd I could tell by the smell and the crinkle that these are Dreamies by another name. Cats don't need to know whether it's fromage or cheese - we just know it's tasty!!
And so it was a pretty special weekend all round - especially as I was a Diary Pick again and that makes me feel wonderful.
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That right mate cats go by smell and taste. I'm happy to not know what my food is most of the time as long as it tastes and smells good does anything else really matter?