March 26th 2010 1:17 am
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Well there hasn't been much happening on my side of the world this week. I haven't been picked as a diary pick for a while and no diary chick it not a hint I want it any time soon either.
When this was all going on it did make me realise how many great mates I've made on catster and any honour is always made better when you get to celebrate it with mates. I don't know where I be without catster. My mates are there for me no matter what and that's what makes catster mates so great.
The weather is starting to cool off a bit so I may have to stop sending sun on to mates soon. We may have another week of great weather if we've lucky and I was running around in the rain before and it felt great. Mum gave me a hug when I came inside and I was wet but she just left be alone normally because I have chest problems she towels me down. I have cough that sounds like a pack a day smoker at it's worst.
I hope the weather is getting warmer for all my mates in the northern hemisphere. It's funny when things are getting cooler in Australia they are getting warmer on the other side of world. At least at all times someone is getting nice sun puddles to sit in.
Well that's my news for the week a quick short rant. I send my purrs to all the kitties that need them and hope all mates and their families are happy healthy.
Purrs and hugs your Aussie mate
Ka - zar
Yup, somewhere in the world at any point in time, there is always a sun puddle! Hope your cough gets better soon my furriend, that sounds worrisome. :~(
You should put on a raincoat to go running around in the rain! Here's to hoping your couch gets better...and your mom doesn't have to take you the v-e-t..
your purring pal~
The older we get, the more we hate the onset of winter. That goes for humans as much as cats. Hard on the joints, hard on the bones, hard on the disposition. But it's good to look at the bright side. Humans inside with you more. Warm spots in the house, whether radiators, vents, fireplaces or electric blankets..
We'll send sun to you, Ka -zar, until it's your time to send it to us.