June 19th 2013 10:38 pm
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Last night we were grumpy with our mum - where was she? Supper time came and supper time went, no sign of her.
It was really late when she finally came home.
"Where were you? We've been starved," I told her when she walked in.
"I was at the company quiz night. I left you extra biscuits." She looked in our bowl. "But clearly not enough." No, not enough.
She redeemed herself slightly having stopped at the pet shop and bought us yummy food which we shared. Then she asked, "Do you want a quick run outside before I go to bed or shall we play indoors?"
Games with mum are the best so I stayed in and we played with Da Bird and then when mum got fed up of retreiving it (I like to take it to the hall when I catch it) we played feather stick under newspaper and I shredded that pretty impressively. (If you're wondering where Josie was all this time she did mass crazy running around when mum first came back and then had to have a lie down to recover.)
Then mum said "Bed time" and I said "Good night" and headed for the door. Mum might be tired but I was in adventure mode and was keen to see what the night held.
Mum looked at me, poised by the door.
"Do I ever let you out at this stage?" she asked.
I considered this. "No, but you might."
And she didn't. But us cats know there's never any harm in asking. Indeed I was asking from bright and early this morning. Where mum and Dee piled up branches there's all sorts of fun to be had. I'm off to enjoy it as it's proper morning-time now.
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Her work sure has some interesting activities.
It is so inconsiderate of them when the human comes home late. It's not fair. Your garden sounds lots of fun to play in.