July 14th 2013 10:33 pm
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We were happy to see her again - mostly because it means we can go outdoors again. It is still being stremely hot so outdoors is where we want to be.
I did ask my mum if she had a happy holiday. She sais it was perfect; she had been at the seaside and had been on outings and all sorts. The only downside was missing Josie and me.
"Were there no pets where you were to look after you?" I asked.
"None," she replied, "although I did see some relatives of yours at the zoo. There were lions and they looked like just you only rather larger and yellow."
"Did you rub their tummies?" I wanted to know. I think they would have liked that.
"No, strangely enough they kept us well out of arm's reach. Imagine wacky paw or a friendly nip scaled up and you'll see why."
Only I am allowed to give my mum wacky paw so I'm glad she didn't touch the lions. And we are happy she is home to play games and have snuggles with. I have heard that some cats sulk when their people go away but we are just happy to have her home.
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Glad to see you're back writing your diary mate. You want to be thankful that your mum didn't bring one of those really big cats home.
I'm always happy when my people are back home too.