Toby's Diary

What we don't like so much

December 12th 2012 10:40 pm
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Other than the cold outdoors we don't like this time of year as my mum is so busy. She comes rushing in and out, throwing things in bags and Josie gets turfed off mum's lap just as she's getting comfy.

But last night mum had a phone call. "I see," she said. "No, that's OK. I understand" and she was suddenly not going out at all.

"Excellent news, cats" she exclaimed. "We have a whole evening together."

Does she really think she can neglect us that way she has been and be forgiven like that? In vain she patted her lap and called Josie over. Josie said she was quite comfy where she was thank you. And then mum tried to get some snuggles from me but I ignored her too.

We hope she has learned a valuable lesson in not taking us for granted.

Josie did forgive her enough to nestle in her arms last night - she said it was because it was so cold and mum's arms make a cosy nest. I am still holding back.

 
 

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Purred by: littleboy (Catster Member)

December 13th 2012 at 7:30 am

stay strong buddy make sure she knows how much she needs you before you give her the love.
Purred by: ☀ Charlie RIP ☀ (Catster Member)

December 13th 2012 at 10:20 am

Keep resisting - make her regret leaving you alone!
Purred by: Ka - zar 1.6.1998 to 25.2.2014 (Catster Member)

December 13th 2012 at 11:51 am

My mum does the same thing. Gets up and then goes out for really long periods of time. Most of the time she's going to work and if that's the case then I forgive her right away. If it something else then I play hard to get when she gets home.
Purred by: Monster (Catster Member)

December 13th 2012 at 5:03 pm

Boy, Toby, you're one tough cookie. I can only hold out for about 2 minutes.


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