September 12th 2012 10:37 pm
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Mum came home last night and immediately started taking all her coats out of the cupboard in the hall. Josie reckoned she was going to make it into a home for us; I wondered if she had caught the mad virus after all. Either way we wanted to stay home and see what happened next.
What that was was a man coming in and he noodled around in the cupboard which is odd as mum's guests don't normally go in there.
"I see what it is," he said. "That's good. Is it cheap and easy to fix?" asked my mum.
Turns out we have had no hot water since Sunday and he had come to fix the boiler. Happily he could mend it - he even made the radiators warm up. We rather took to him; Josie even went so far as to investigate his bags but said there was noting to eat in them.
After he had gone we were ready to run outdoors - but it was raining so we came back in quick sharp and mum had to entertain us. It was all very cosy.
Mum also updated us on Ricky. She said he is a sad boy so his mum is working from home to keep him company and tempting him with morsels of tuna fish. I tried to look sad too as I like mum at home and tuna fish but just then Josie bounded past calling out, "You can't catch me!" so I had to chase her and mum said we both look very happy - which is how she likes things.
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That's good to have warm water back!
We have hot water here but we really don't need it. We prefer to drink our water cold. The place is heated with hot air. I think Mietzi produces lots of hot air. And we don't take baths with water, only with cat spit. Oh, Mom says she needs the hot water to rinse out our bowls. Hmmm, okay.
We're purring for Ricky to feel happy again.
I'm glad that the repairman could fix the boiler. It will be nice for your mum. While us kitties take a bath in spit, and do a purrfectly good job, humans prefer to take baths in hot water. I hope your furiend Ricky will start feeling better soon. I am still purraying fur him.