December 9th 2012 10:36 pm
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Mum was very busy at the weekend. She was in; she was out, she was in; she was out. She did wrap some parcels up with string. String and cats are a natural combination. When she got grumpy with me chasing it I pointed out just how many pictures she has of cats chasing string and she had to admit it's a thing us cats do.
One time she came in and she put her bags down.
"I'm exhausted," she said. "I'm having a cup of tea and a sit down before I do anything else."
So she did.
She had a lot of bags in the hall.
"Is there anything in those for us?" I asked.
"Maybe" said mum.
But Josie had decided to see for herself. Not only did she find the treats but she started to open the packet. She would have gotten away with it to if they didn't make those bags of crinkle. Mum heard the crinkle crinkle and went to see and found Josie, having hoicked our treats out of the rest of the presents was in the act of biting through to get at the tasty nuggets inside.
Mum told her she was naughty and I said no Sandy Claws for her but I was happy in the end as mum could hardly save our bag for Christmas - damaged goods you see, hardly present worthy, so we had some treats there and then.
Who says crime doesn't pay?
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Sneaky little minxes you and your sisfur are! MOL You'll keep your mom on her toes . . .
Crime does pay, MOL!
String is one great play toy for cats. I'll tell you another one tape measures. My Grandma gets hers out to measure her knitting and I love to play with the other end. Another purrsonal favourite of my is stress balls they are soft and you can throw them around yourself or get your humans to do it for you.
Hope you and Josie enjoyed your treats mate?
What does "hoick" mean? I think I'll try that out today!
Hoick is a good word and it's when you tug or yank at something. And the treats were delicious thank you,. They were the ones with a crunchy outside and a soft centre (bit like my mum!)