February 11th 2013 10:35 pm
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Last night we had new food for supper. It was the most delicious food I have ever tasted. I licked my bowl clean and then licked Josie's in case she had left any. She hadn't.
"Have you got more? That was amazing."
Mum looked at me. "I do have more but that's for tomorrow."
"I want it now," I said because I did. But mum says she doesn't want us to get chubby so we have to wait.
Mum went to bed so to pass the time Josie and I had a brilliant chase game. She actually dive-bombed me from the table which surprised me but I had to admit was clever and we ran all around.
When we were tired out and ready to sleep I thought about my tasty supper and the games Josie and I play and my happy home and that I do love my mum. I woke her up to tell her.
"I love you too Toby. Now settle down."
But my heart was too big and I needed to purr and be stroked and give my mum lots and lots of headrubs. I think maybe she thought she didn't deserve so much love as she kept trying to bury her head under the pillow. But she has to breathe so I found where I could sneak a paw in and get more snuggles.
When I could reach it I purred right in her ear so she could hear just how much I love her. It's true that I do get so blissed out I forget to swallow and dribble just a bit but I think she over-reacted.
Once I was really sure she knew I love her and I had purred my fill I went to my chair and dreamed happy dreams.
Mum is tired this morning and muttering about lack of sleep. She also wants to know why half of our biscuits are scattered around the bowl when last night they were all neatly in the bowl. I think she is probably happier not knowing that one.
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I wake my momma up purring too!
Awww, Toby you're so sweet. Did you dribble in her ear? Every Mom wants to know that their cat loves them, so I bet she appreciated your purring and headrubs and dribbling. Well, maybe not the dribbling, MOL.
You and I were separated at birth, Toby. A few years apart.