October 8th 2010 3:59 pm
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I start this chin wag with some very sad news. My good mate and everyone good mate Louis may his trip to the bridge after a long and very brave battle with cancer.
He has 42,000 catster mates and he had a lot of love to give to all them. He was one of the great catsters and will be really missed by all who knew him.
Fly free Louis you are one of the great angels now like you were a great mate on earth. I send my deepest sympathies to his brother Ethan and the rest of the family.
There hasn't been much happening around here at the moment. Mum is back in the good books and will remain my secretary. No one else applied and I really can't rid of her. I love her too much. But if my chin wag is late again I will giver her the wacky paw.
The weather is starting to warm up here and I hope my mates on the other side of the world are keeping warm as it sounds like it's getting cold. Hopefully I have enough heat to share with you all soon.
I'm going on walks outside again and even found a sun bean this morning even though there was a chill in the air. It's still nice. It keeps these old bones of my going.
I hope that all my mates and their families are happy and healthy and I send my purrs to those doing it tough.
Purrs and hugs your Aussie mate
Ka - zar
Hi Ka - Zar. We were very sorry to hear about Louis. :~( I'm glad things are warming up for you there. It's not too cold here yet. And I don't mind the cold so much anyway. It was Emily who always slept right in front of the heater vent. Mommy and daddy used to say she was going to cook her little brain!
Take care my friend.
I was very sorry to hear about Louis, too, though I did not know him personally. He was clearly very much loved by a lot of cats. May he be forever happy in the presence of his many friends who went before him.
Yes, it is getting chillier here in the Northern Hemisphere, Ka-Zar. We woke up the other morning to that distinctive toasty-dust smell that means the steam radiators kicked in for the first time. It always happens before Mom remembers to get behind the radiators with the vacuum crevice device and the feather duster and clean out a summer's buildup of dust. You'd think she'd learn.
But we still have a few good weeks before the deep freeze sets in. We have much less humidity in the autumn, so the October sun is especially golden and the sky wonderfully blue.
I'm glad the warm weather has a place to go over the winter, though. Enjoy it for us!