September 13th 2012 10:36 pm
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Yesterday we did wonder if Josie had caught the mad cat virus. She was even bouncier than me. It was brilliant. I love having a sisfur when she is as fun as that. She was batting me with a paw and darting around and we played tag until our eyes got sleepy. It's very annoying when your paws still want to party but your eyes want a rest. You think you'll just close them for a second..and then a longer second and next thing you know mum is saying it's bedtime. I did twack her ankle to prove I wasn't really tired but my heart wasn't in it.
Mum suspects she knows the real reason for Josie's high spirits. She found the biggest furball ever on the kitchen floor. So big she wasn't sure what it was at first. Josie must have felt so good to get that out.
I asked how mum knew it wasn't me and mum said because I like to be brushed and she's never known me with a furball but Josie hates the brush; even the most gentle stroke with a kitten brush.
Mum told Ricky's mum of all the lovely messages my friends have sent him and she is thankful for all his purrs. I think a bit impressed that I can draw on international support! The purrs are all working as he saw the vet for a check and the stitches are healing well.
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Getting out a big fur ball will make you feel a lot better!
I hate it when fur gets stuck in me. I'm like Josie. Don't like the brush. My brother used to hate it but now he tolerates it for a little bit. He figured out the brush won't hurt him and there is usually a treat afterwards.
Tell you mate Ricky that I'm sending purrs all the way from Australia for him. It great that he's getting better.
Be careful getting your mum around the ankles you can hurt her by tripping her over and she could hurt you for not seeing you there mate.
Tell Josie that I'm glad she feeling better. Getting rid of a furball is always good.