February 18th 2011 1:47 am
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Mum and I have decided that I can write my chin weekly. I ma not around catster as much I would like so mum thought this is a great way to let everyone know what going on with me.
We are at least getting into the BC once a night hoping to make in more but that depends on Mum's work roster. We will get my diary done over the weekend I just can't tell you which day.
My Grandpa as most of you know had another operation on his legs last week and all went well. This not the end of it but Grandpa said he starting to feel better and is able to walk without pain and that hasn't happened for while.
Can you please keep the purrs going for my Grandpa as we all want him to get better and for these operation to work.
There hasn't been much happening with me this week. I am doing great and get out and go for walks quite a bit and hanging with Grandpa.
I've been sending sun to all my mates and hope you've all been getting some.
I hope this finds my mates and their families happy healthy and I send my purrs to those doing it tough.
Purrs and hugs your Aussie mate
Ka - zar
Glad you're taking care of your grandpaw. Great job!
Glad Grandpaw is starting to feel better. Thanls for the sun too, it was fabulous. We even got to go on our screened in porch yesterday and today! Take care of your Mum & grandpaw.
Zeeke & the crew
I expect you are making your grandpa feel a lot better by keeping him company and we'll keep the purrs going. The sun must still be on its way as it's very rainy here today in London. I keep going to check and my mum has to dry me off and I like that! Purrs and headrubs Henry
We are appreciating the sun a great deal, Ka-Zar! Yesterday it was 65 degrees (that would be, umm, about 18 of your degrees), and the huge snowbanks around the house started to shrink a little. But today it is very cold with a harsh wind. Mom says, however, that spring will be early this year because she is already seeing some of those tiny little ants in the kitchen. Usually she doesn't see those until mid-March. I hope that an early spring for us doesn't mean an early winter for you, my good friend!