February 10th 2013 10:42 pm
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I spent most of my weekend chasing birds, some real birds in the garden and Da Bird indoors. I think I like Da Bird best because I do catch that sometimes. When I catch it I take it out of the room and come back in for more and mum does a big sighing thing and goes and fetches it back. She says if I want to play with it please could I leave in in reach but she needs some exercise too!
I've never actually caught a bird outside but I like to try. So there I was on Sunday morning stalking my prey when I felt that whisker twitch, hm...something was happening without me.
I went indoors and I was right. Mum had been changing the sheets without me and Josie had been having all the fun. They tried to deny it but I gave the sheets a thorough sniff- yes, definitely fresh. They didn't have that comfy smell of us that they get through the week.
On the plus side there is something deeply satisfying about planting a trail of muddy paw prints across pristine linen and I did get to do that.
It rained a lot over the weekend so mum had to do lots of entertaining us both and this morning the snow is back but there isn't very much. We've been reading about the snow storms in America and purring for all the people and cats affected. It sounds very scary.
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I'm purring for all of mates in America that are affected by the snow storms too. I hope they are all safe. Mum made the bed without me the other day too. How rude.
I's glad I's where it's warm!
Yes, I am afraid that all of the Catsters on the East Coast of the United States got a wolloping last weekend. Some purrlaces got ofur 36" of snow, high winds, and cold temperatures. I haf been purraying fur them also. We are lucky here on the West Coast. We haf only been getting cold temperatures...no rain or snow to speak of. Could you send me some snow Toby?