July 9th 2012 10:46 pm
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On Sunday my mum had some friends over and I was much admired of course. I did plenty of leaping about for them and showed them just how impressive I can be. And Josie was brave by her standards and came out to say hello and I think one of them did manage to touch her tail. All my mum's friends love cats; one of them has just acquired her fifth. They asked where she got him and she said he just arrived through the cat flap. They had him checked over and he is chipped but he was registered in a town a long way away so it looks like his owners moved and never updated the details and they haven't reported him missing so there's no contact details.
He will be OK as my mum's friend will look after him. Given her last two also arrived through the cat flap uninvited she hopes not too many more will turn up though!
Anyway it was a late night and an exciting day so yesterday all I wanted to do was sleep. And that worked out fine as mum had taped the Wimbledon Final and taken a day off work as she thought she would be tired too so the three of us were all on the sofa enjoying the match - until mum groaned. The match had over-run the scheduled programme so the end wasn't recorded. Luckily it wasn't hard to find out who had won - she had been putting off writing my diary so she didn't login and find out accidentally.
I am feeling much more lively today after my sleepy day. It's raining again so I think I'll go frog hunting. I'm sure mum wants one really. Maybe if I find her a smaller one she'll like it.
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A nice sleepy day is always a good thing!
Sleepy day s are good I've been having a lot of those lately since it so darn cold outside. My mum watched a lot of wimbledon so now she going to bed at normal times and I love it she was keeping up way past my bed time.
My mom used to collect frogs when she was a teenager. Not real ones, thank catness. And thank catness she outgrew that silliness.