Da Beebs: Meee-YOw, Buddies! Do you remember that #1 said she was experiencing some "issues" with me and I had been leaving, ahem... deposits in what she considered inappropriate places. Initially, she thought it was because she had left us so much and the sitters we had were not always nice to me. However, the problem did not disappear even after she returned and stayed put, and so she decided to ask me directly via an animal communicator she had heard about via our friends The Amigos over at Cat Tales. And I told the lady that I had been worried because there has been in intruder in MY garden and I HAD To protect my home and family from him. None of the others seem to care and I feel it is my duty to make sure we are all safe from this black and white interloper. And so I spend time each day on guard duty:
#1 has tried to explain to me that the intruder is a sweet boy who deserves our help because he has never had a home or anyone to love him. As you can see, that blue bro of mine couldn't care less. He is much more interested in napping on the radiator and cuddling #1. Through the nice lady, #1 has also been telling me I needn't worry so much and I am trying hard to listen because she says it's really hard for her to clean up. She tells me I have been a really good boy, and that the fact that the days are much shorter and so the curtains drawn much longer hours helps too!
Anyway, I decided to help in other ways and so I helped her make the bed for our guest who is arriving today:
Pretty good job, dont you think?
#1 and our guest, who is coming all the way from Japan, are going to be really busy through the rest of the week and the weekend, running around doing horsey stuff, and we apologise in advance if we don't get to visit properly over that time.