June 4th 2014 10:50 pm
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Another thing we learnt from the programme is that my mum has muscles in her ears. She never so much as twitches them so we did not know that. But obviously her ears are rubbish compared to ours - and last night she proved it. We weren't there but she told us.
We were actually out, Josie and I, hunting, when Josie had enough and went to go in.
My mum was in the sitting room and her version is that she heard a kerflump at the cat flap and then subdued squeaks. Oh no! she thought, what have they brought this time?
In mum's version she gets up immediately to see but I imagine there was a lot more dithering and steeling of core - she's peculier around prey.
Anyway off she went - eventually - to find the source of the squeaks. And there she was.
For it was Josie. She's not keen on the door, had one attempt and decided it would be easier to summon mum and be let in. Pads on the glass sliding makes an interesting squeak and sure enough - to Josie's delight- mum appeared and opened the door for her.
Now no cat would mistake what was obviously a feline-generated attention catching noise to the squeak of a catch. People ears aren't good.
Talking of things to catch I haven't actually caught anything in a couple of weeks now. Must try harder!!
And a couple of updates - Alfie and Ricky are getting along better these days and sharing beds to sleep on if not much more as yet but that is much better than was so there mum is very hopeful they'll be mates eventually.
And Matt came 11th out of 20 in his Strong Man competition which he was happy with as he hasn't been doing those events that long. He even came third in one event.
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I got Mum a beauty this morning. She loves to have yogurt every morning for breakfast without fail. She thought she get to eat it alone as I was asleep in a box in the lounge room. Heard the fridge open and bang I was onto her for my share. She didn't think I would hear her.