August 30th 2012 11:23 pm
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I woke up in the night feeling rather peckish. Luckily I knew just what to do and was chowing down some biscuits when my mum came in the room.
"Oh," she said. "That noise was you crunching."
I would have replied but I had my mouth full.
She went back to bed and when I was full I followed her and jumped up next to her. I was looking down at her thinking how happy it is to have a tummy full of tasty biscuits, to have a warm bed to sleep on and a mum who loves me very much and I was purring away. Sometimes just thinking happy makes me purr. Actually I was feeling so happy I dribbled a bit and that landing on mum's arm got her to stroke me which is what I had been hoping would happen.
We were just settling down again when we heard a strange clang, quietly repeating.
"What's that?" asked mum but I didn't know so we went to find out.
There are still things in the hall that mum is deciding about and we found that Josie was trying to make the smoothie maker work and her claws were twanging against the buttons. Mum explained that it wasn't plugged in so wouldn't work - and also there was no fruit anywhere near it so Josie had better settled for some water - which she would probably enjoy more anyway.
So we all went back to bed but we got mum up early. Today is the last day of her holiday and we don't want her to miss a single bit of it.
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I think a tuna smoothie would be yummy!
My mom thinks a tuna smoothie sounds nauseating, but I sure could go for one!
We are very lucky to have a furever home and humans that love us and food to eat mate. There are some that aren't so fortunate.