The hard lives of four cats (and an interloper) surviving a totalitarian regime.
Millie, honestly!! If she were mine, I would be tempted to implant a homing device.
We *have* missed you all. Miss Mouse, Joe and Zoey in North Carolina.
Oh, please don't retire! Things are so slack over here yours is about the only relief we get.Even Estorbo rarely pops up. And as for Dinah-!If you know of a good(by that, we mean regular) secretary, keen to work for a share in our crunchies...)
I, for one, have been wondering about how you have been spending your spring days. The sun has been shining, even up North.I think you have to blame Rachel for slacking on the home-reporting front. After all, there are seven of you living in that house, so she could surely have found something to report on!
You already don't post often enough!!! Please don't make it lesss, or worse none at all! I greatly enjoy both your blogs, they are right up at the top of the daily must-visit-first-thing list.
We need M O R E posting please not less!
Millie says:OK. I'll do what I can, although I'm the only one who does any work around here; the others just sleep.....
dear Millie- the price of being a leader! Love to see and hear from all of you, so get that lot[tie] into action.
When a man is tired of cats he's tired of life. I thought you were just resting.
Word verification 'dicelife' which is what you'll be doing if you start chasing cars.
Word verification on last comment 'hypermo' which is short for hypermoggy,
No, car chases would not be appropriate!
Oh no, not boring in the least... we love you! We've been checking back for your posts often. We look forward to hearing from you every day. Please stay.
Please, please do continue... it is one of my regular stops every day, right after Slow Lane Life - its bookmarked for me. Love reading the adventures, love the pictures, love the wit.Kitty
You are NEVER boring!