August 28th 2010 7:23 am
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Well my pawrents have named our visitor George after mommy established that he was a little boy. Yes he has become a regular visitor to our garden and to be honest still not very happy about it. Today he has been with us for nearly 2 hours and even allowed mommy to brush him and then fell asleep on the garden table. I am a creature that does not like change but slowly I seem to be getting a bit braver, i mean look how scared i was about Anna our house rabbit.
Mommy found a massive hair knot that went from armpit to armpit the other morning and is having trouble getting at it as I seem to become just claws when she is trying to have a look.
Well a parcel came for me today and inside was some cat grass seeds and a matt breaker, mommy is hoping that with some help from her daddy that this will help break up the knots and then get me deknotted.
Grandad is also going to grow my cat grass already for the winter. I love eating grass but in the winter Anna and I are not allowed out so mommy is getting us grass ready for us
Just been caught at the front of the house and again I am grounded, why do i never learn. Lots of love Tilly xx
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I know its no fun, but let your Mommie get those knots out for you, it will make your furrs feel much better and easier for you to groom too! We have a stray that comes around on the porch that Mommie feels sorry for as it is so skinny and she feeds it. I all poofy but have gotten more use to her coming up on the porch. She won't let Mommie or anybody touch her at all, she is very very afraid. She will only let us look at her through the glass door and if Mommie tries to sneak the door open to go out with her, she runs to the bottom of the porch and waits for Mommie to go back in and then she will come back and finish eating. She eats and then she takes a baff and then she leaves and sometimes she will wait 2 or 3 days before she returns, but Mommie always leaves her some food and water. Mommie tells me she has a hard life out there. Mommie says I should remember because I was a stray on the streets too and those streets are tough for sure. Its nice that your Mommie helps George out.
Hugz and purrs, Sassy
Hope you can get deknotted. I think I am lucky I am a shorthair kitty and don't have to worry about that.