Smith and Jones

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Smithy and Jonesy, Pinky and Perky

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Lazing in the garden or on the carport roof staring down at the tzus below

Hate being handled, and prefers to have fresh just out of the tap water

Favorite Toy:
Balls and a soft teddy

Favorite Nap Spot:
During the day laying on the carport roof or on the shed roof

Favorite Food:

They can walk past the tzus and they dont get chased;) I think they have mesmerised the tzus;-)


Arrival Story:
Smithy and Jonesy adopted us about 5 years ago after being neglected by their owners. They are semi domesticated but live outside roaming the woodlands etc around. Every evening we leave them food outside and they have access to water in our garden. Our neighbours are the owners of them ~ but many a time they have gone away for the weekend or twice a year on holiday and left the cats to fend for themselves. The cats are not use to humans so donot come when called to.



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June 8th 2012 2:27 am
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OK well a quick catdate on what has happened.

Smith past away a couple of years ago due to a fox attack. As we live out in the countryside we have got a huge number of foxes roaming about.

Winnie has been chased by a fox before out on a walk. She luckily turned a semi circle and run towards mum. And Flick had a fox stalk her. She was watching mum and mum turned round and saw a fox creeping on Flick and lick didn't even notice. When Alfie was doing his business once in a local park he had a fox run towards him and mum run towards him at the same time. The fox looked at her and run off.

So it is with great sadness about the passing of smith.

The day that mum thinks it happened was mum was sitting in our extension when she heard a commotion up on the roof. She went outside and saw the fox chasing the cat. A day or so later she come across Smiths body on the roadside.

Jones has taken this hard. He now wont come near humans and stays in the derelict house across from the tzu house. Mum does put water out for him and leaves food out but she doesn't want to do this too often as the fox might get encouraged to come into the back garden.

he is not the only cat that has been killed by the foxes out here. There as been about 12 killed in the past 6 years that mums knows about.

Just thought we'd let you know what's happening...Jones, Mum and the tzus XXX



May 12th 2008 11:30 pm
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We've been chosen as one of the diaries of the day for monday 12th May 2008!!

Thank you catster for the honour:-)
And thank you catsterians for looking after us:-)


BLUE is the COLOUR!!!

May 9th 2008 11:01 pm
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This is a fantastic weekend for the tzus!!! Our two favourite footie teams are playing MAJOR matches!!!

Barclays Premier League

Chelsea V Bolton 3pm GMT sunday.....

Avram Grant believes that whoever holds their nerve will be crowned Premier League champions on Sunday.

Chelsea trail Manchester United only on goal difference, with the Red Devils travelling to Wigan and Grant's men at home to Bolton, with both matches live on Sky Sports.

And the Israeli feels that whoever copes better with the pressure on what is bound to be a tension-filled afternoon will be holding the trophy aloft.

Sir Alex Ferguson's side are in pole position and will claim a 10th Premier League crown if they defeat the Latics, but Chelsea are waiting eagerly in the wings and are determined to pounce.

Mental strength

Grant told Sky Sports News: "Nobody expected it and nobody believed that it would come to this stage, we believed it all the time.

"When you come to the last month or two months it is mental strength, but you also have to show physical qualities.

"When you come to the last game, mental strength is very important.

"We have a game against Bolton, which is not an easy game and we need to win, I think it will be a very tough game.

"Of course we will look at the result from Wigan. We hope that everything will be OK.

"Wigan haven't lost at home since January, they played fantastically against us before. They know that they are under the spotlight all over the world and everyone is watching so I am sure they will do their best."


Both clubs are indulging in mind-games ahead of Sunday's end-of-season spectacular, and Grant could not resist a joke at the expense of Ferguson.

The Scot has expressed concerns that Bolton have been too relaxed after all-but securing their top-flight status last weekend, with Grant light-heartedly likening the United boss to a member of the Israeli special forces.

He joked: "I told everyone that Alex is from the Mossad, and nobody believed me. He knows everything!"

Grant added: "We know Alex, I like him, I respect him, but we know why he says these things sometimes.

"I don't think he knows what is happening at Bolton, unless he wants to be manager there."

Ricardo Carvalho remains a major doubt for Chelsea after injuring his back in the victory over Newcastle, and he is still to return to training after intensive treatment.

Grant admitted: "He didn't train today, but we will see tomorrow."

We're SUPPORTING both the reds for today EBBSFLEET UNITED and sending out good tzu thoughts for the BLUES tomorrow...GO CHELSEA!!!!

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