Fluffy white kitten
Tomcat under construction
Tiny claws grow fast
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Thanks, Cat. I’ll email you.
So cute, and so clever! HOpe you are well, Sarah.
Thanks, Naomi. Yes, I’m well but am aware of being somewhat neglectful of my blogging friends over the Summer. Just having a bit of a rest (if I truly know the meaning of the word), as the writing and editing of my novel quite wore me out. Not enjoying the submission process at all. It’s a bit like throwing one’s well-loved baby into a pit and hoping someone fishes it out and says “Yay, look what I’ve discovered … gold-dust!”
sweet cat!! Enjoy his kittenness!!
He’s my daughter’s cat, not mine. I doubt that my dog would let him enjoy his kittenness, unlike the Staffordshire Bull Terrier that he lives with, who doesn’t mind cats at all.
I don’t mind the claws – it is the weeing to create a smell I can’t be bothering with.
Am pleased that the kitten is in my daughter’s house and not mine, although it’s a well-behaved and relatively clean cat.
When my children were young we owned a naughty black cat called Gobollino (the witch’s cat). It once peed in a box containing my son’s computer games. We managed to dry most of them out but they stunk to high heaven ever after.
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