It looks as if Malty wants to tell Cosmo something.
Rosie and Malteser as I found them asleep together when I came downstairs this morning. I think Malty is smiling.
It proved to be difficult to take a photograph of a cat with my birthday cake.
Happy Friday, my friends. Malteser is pretending no-one can see him.
It’s always a worry, trying to integrate a new cat or cats into a household. It takes time, but I think this photograph really shows that first Malteser (rescued Easter 2010) and then Willow and Rosie (adopted December 2010) have really settled in. John and I are even thinking that a new kitten is just what they all need to keep them all young and lively.
Have been languishing tragically for a few days with an unpleasant infection. Malteser thinks my outlook might improve if he sits on my head; sadly, he’s wrong.
Didn’t have a picture ready, so I asked John to go on a photo-reportage quest and he returned with this. Apparently he was clicking the fingers of his left hand and they were fascinated. Blurry though. We are trying for a higher standard on this blog, you know.
Comfortable Friday evening on the sofa: reading from left to right – my feet, Malteser, Ted.
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Cat therapy, as prescribed by Dr. Lynda. Not appropriate for all patients.
Another unhygienic picture of cats on the bed. I’m sure it’s quite repellent if you are a good house-keeper or a dog-lover. Sent using BlackBerry?? from Orange