My beastly children locked themselves in the bathroom with Willow, who didn’t want to be there. He looks unhappy in his photograph and you can listen to his pitiful (very un-Siamese) miaows too, if you want.
Cats like to help people do things. In the morning, Cosmo is at his most friendly and he really enjoys helping me get ready. I have explained several times that I can do it by myself, but he insists.
I’ve started a new tag “Cats in sinks”. Alex Bellars tweeted this photograph of Skimbleshanks about an hour ago, with the message ‘My cat is an idiot’.
Today’s cat is named Scatty and she and I are friends on Twitter.
She lives with a kind human called Dughall McCormick. Scatty tells me that she has a regular habit of clanking the tap on this sink at 3:45am and one of the humans comes and runs water into the sink. Scatty clearly has her humans well trained.
Scatty will be back soon . . .
Vicky Pollitt’s two cats are named Bertie and Ernie and are 2 years old. Today’s adorable picture shows Ernie in the sink. This is what Vicky told me about him:
“He loves hunting for moths and worms, but is unable to catch anything bigger because he gets excited and chirps too loudly so they run away. He’s a sensitive soul who hates noise; he likes nothing more than to cuddle up on the sofa and watch a movie. He is very talkative and enjoys thinking he can sing. He’s not the cleverest, but is the most loving cat ever – he’s always overjoyed to see us.”
Doesn’t he look and sound a gorgeous kitty?
Thanks Vicky – we’ll see Bertie soon.