I’m really not sure what happened to August’s cat appreciation, it got lost somewhere in the midst of life being busy, but here (a week late I admit) is September’s.
1 box, 3 cats
One of our precious felines has been unwell; he came home from the vets’ on Saturday and I’ve been nursing him at home since. As a result the fact that yesterday should have been Cat Appreciation Day rather passed me by. However, today our little boy is so much better that it’s hard to believe 24 hours can make such a difference. I’m celebrating his path to recovery by making him the star of this month’s post (though because he likes to cuddle up with other cats as much as possible I have no photos of him on his own).
Two cats trying to look small…
Three cats trying to look tall…
Last Sunday should have been Cat Appreciation Day, but last weekend I was just too tired to think about posting. It turns out the delay may have it’s up side though, it means I can draw your attention to a kickstarter which is very much about appreciating cats… the guys behind The Citizens Advertising Takeover (CATS) are nothing to do with me, I just think it’s a great idea.
And now for three cats enjoying their bunk bed of boxes.
Slightly belatedly, happy new year!
A post exploring how I did with last year’s goals, and what my goals for this year are, is overdue; but it’s time to start the year’s blogging with the first cat appreciation post of 2016.
One of my favourite comfort items is a small eiderdown, inherited from my grandparents. It seems the felines love this eiderdown as much as I do as any time I want to use it I have to move at least one of them; it’s a more efficient cat trap than a cardboard box!
One well camouflaged feline…
and an extra shot of Amber, who thinks that if she can’t see the camera it can’t see her.
It’s a well known fact that putting a cat in a basket is a near impossible feat. However, if you leave the basket open on a day you don’t need to use it you gain not just one…
not just two…
but three cats contentedly purring.
Welcome to the world of cats!
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