we've been unplugged at the shed, whilst 'goings on' are going on upstairs. but hurrah hooray, we are plugged back in and Colin the computer is back up and running.
i wish the same could be said for a feline friend of mine who lives in Our 2's bedroom. the unearthing of his room and contents, two coats of white paint later and a carpet that does not contain his smells, but smells of another home, had him on hunger strike for a while.
however i am delighted to report as of today he appears over his 'i will not eat for my heart and my home is broken' mood. proving so by eating a hearty midnight feast and 'up chucking' on new/old carpet to christen it. after which, promptly finding my 'high hopes wrap' for a chilly day and claiming it as a cat blanket.
i will be back tomorrow with a closer look at our new/old carpet, surely it doesn't get more frilling than that i am thinking. looking at someone else's recently required secondhand carpet... some days i marvel at the level of thrillingness on this here rambly space
she is sorting and a shuffling the shed back into shape ~ Tif
Poor little pussy cat. Seems like he just wanted to show you how much he is really suffering. Hopefully now he has had his purge and can get back to normal. Funny how they get so out of sorts.
I love how pets firmly believe anything and everything you bring into your home is theirs. My mom bought a new and lovely chair recently and rarely gets to sit on it, as our silly adorable terrier, Dolly, always takes it first and stretches all of her nineteen pounds out to occupy its entirety.
No offence, but you're not painting a desirable picture of this secondhand carpet complete with cat sick! I hope the reality is better than the imaginings!
Poor kitty! He's looking pretty cozy in his new spot though!
oh no! i would not wish to paint such a picture for my new/old carpet is tres peachy compared to what used to lay below our feet!
i am positively delighted with it and so is the rest of the clan :)
You're so darn industrious! I sooooo need to be industrious in my house. Maybe later? :-)
Cute titty tat. I sure hope our NW has a longer stretch of sunny-ness soon.
((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Animals hate change but it is good that puss could 'contribute' to the proceedings, thus helping him to recover and as is probably feeling very pleased with himself as he sits on your lovely blanket. Probably just letting you know who is boss! Sue x
poor kitty, he's an emotional little chap - have you tried giving him some dried catnip to cheer him up? that usually makes them feel that home is where they belong. Bettyx
What a sweet little cat...I love cats. Haven't seen your sweet little dog lately...I adore seeing pics of your doggie!!
aw... dear little kitty.
over the moon to have found your darling world and blog (via nest pretty things).
Aw poor puss!!
I think cats have more moods than humans!
well I for one am on the edge of my seat.....any chance of a peak at your underlay too or do I step too far?
My rabbit is called Colin!
I quite understand - I have been watching paint dry for weeks...
Tiff!...everything in Petworld is just two sniffs away from loving it :) My Max (westie) has got used to all the thrifty stuff we find...he loves all the smells I think from previous owners :)
I love your Blog and your inspiration to so many other peeps...I have been meaning to say hello for a while, but like you I am so busy, I don't get to comment much...but as a fellow Londoner I felt I had to say howdy :)
Speak soon my luverley girlie,
Love Happy xx
hurrah! delighted to report Linus is back to being tickity boo. do i say such a thing? no i do not, but it seemed quite fitting for sure :)
thank you kindly for such lovely comments today my dearests, you have warmed my heart and my toes as usual.
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