It's that illness, ME. I don't mind her suffering from it to be honest with you as it means she is nearly always in the house, so I get company and a warm comfy thing to sit on whenever I want. She is more fussy however and doesn't consider having ME to be a good thing.
Each to their own.
I know, harsh!
To be honest, I enjoy the tasks and, as long as I get to sleep and eat too, well that's all that matters.
As I was trying to figure out the answer, R came striding into the room, turning the light on whilst growling my name. It sounded almost as though she thought I was responsible for the loud chewing noise! As if I would ever chew anything...
She saw me on guard by the wall and came and had a peer too. I was overjoyed to have company - a real team stakeout! She turned off the lights and we sat there for ages as the gnawing stopped and then started again.
T came back from work just after midnight to find us both sat there in the dark. The look on his face when he found us was a picture!
I don't know quite why he had that reaction: I mean, we were just sat there in silence, in the dark, gone past midnight, staring at a now silent wall. What's wrong with that?
I have been appointed Chief Fly Catcher so much of my time has been taken up getting rid of flies. R will insist on leaving the back door open (OK that is mostly to appease me) and then the flies come in through the open door, making me run all around the apartment; mostly when I am wanting to sleep. Sometimes I enjoy the game, at other times I find it very annoying, especially when I am tired but cannot rest until I have eaten the buzzy thing.
I still haven't really learned to love the taste, but have to eat it to keep the place clean and tidy. R and T would not be pleased if there were dead flies all over the place. It is my duty, as Chief Fly Catcher to leave no traces.
Instead, she went off, leaving me outside in the torrential downpour! I was not impressed at all, and told her so for the next hour when she finally came home and let me inside. Disgraceful behaviour!