February 7th 2013 10:41 pm
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That mad kitty was actually chasing her own tail last night. Mercifully she didn't catch it, it kept moving out of reach. Mum and I were laughing at her as she spun round and round.
Mum asked, "Are you sure you wouldn't like a little run in the garden?" and Josie thought she might so mum held the door open and out Josie went - for a full sixty seconds. It's cold out there!
So I was a good cat and ran up to Josie and - tag, you,re it! Game on! We chased each other all round and up and down and it was a brilliant evening and we were all exhausted by bed time.
When I woke up I saw something very wrong. Normally Josie wakes in the night and goes and is snugglepuss with mum and I look up to see them curled up sleeping side by side but Josie was fast asleep in her own bed and mum was all alone.
Once again I stepped in to help. I would do snugglepuss duties. I woke my mum with a cheery meow and then started purring in anticipation of my lovely strokes and kisses. Mum did pet me, mostly because I clawed her whenever she stopped.
She reckoned she appreciated the gesture but says Josie is a more restful companion as she just nestles up, purrs and sleeps. I'm a more interactive kind of cat. At the moment a very unappreciated interactive kind of cat. And mum is a tired kind of person but says she'll catch up on sleep at the weekend. And Josie is slightly more normal having run off some of her mad last night thanks to my help.
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I'm an interactive cat too. Interactive as in "feed me NOW!" MOL!
I like interaction with mum at meal times and when I want to snuggle with her on her lap while she watching tv or in bed. Josie sounds like she needs to brave the cold and get out more.
MOL, gurls are generally kind of crazy I think. I don't really snuggle in bed but when our breakfast is late, I go up to sleeping Mom and start licking her hands. Mietzi is our snugglepuss.