Let’s celebrate Friday and the 10th anniversary of Bridget’s arrival chez Helen. I learned tonight that during those ten years Bridget has put Helen in hospital by almost gassing her to death. Helen has accidentally broken Bridget’s leg. She has bitten many visitors, glared at Mr Daykin each day and been put under permanent house-arrest for terrorising the neighbours. In short, Bridget and Helen adore each other and Bridget is a mean, bossy menace to everyone else.
Long live Bridget!
Bridget the Seal point is fiercely devoted to my friend Helen and won’t allow anyone else to touch her (which can pose problems at the vet’s). Luna the Lilac point was rescued by Helen just after she gave birth to kittens with a mystery moggie dad. Helen nursed shy sweet Luna and the sickly, weak kittens to health, paid their vet’s bills and found them loving homes. Helen is a very kind person.
This picture is special because these two gorgeous girls rarely cuddle up together.
This is Helen Daykin’s cat Bridget when she had a broken leg. She looks so miserable. She’s fine now, you’ll be pleased to know.
This splendid creature is Bridget who belongs to Helen Daykin.She’s pictured here supervising the snow. Helen tells me that Bridget is a one-woman-cat and if anyone else tries to stroke or cuddle her, she gets busy with her claws. Indeed, I gather the vet dons falconry gloves when she visits him. A formidable cat indeed.
Winston who we met on 25th January, also lives chez Helen.