Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
Bless, she's lovely. I no longer have cats, and I do miss themKaren
Jess is a very dignified and beautiful poster "kid" for the cause VP .. and what happened to Skimble ??? LOLJoyPS .. it is a circus over here this morning with Emma .. hyper-drive on 4 paws ..
I miss having kitties. DH is not a cat person.That's ok though, because we have George. I even posted about him today. Maybe it's Pet Day at Blotanical!
Oh, what a sweetie! Every week is national CAT week at our house, as you know...Rescue Kitty is doing okay, but the rest of the clan is still doing the eggshell walk and looking offended!
Karen - thanks we think so too!Joy - watch out for Skimble next week...Garden girl - good to see you're in with today's theme! Thanks for stopping by today.Jodi - it's the same here. Can't wait to find out your newbie's name - has he told you yet?
Jess is a beautiful cat. x
Thanks Louise - we think so too :)xx
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