I made it as far as the back door step on a number of occasions, full of intentions of going out, but as soon as the freezing air tickled my nose I turned tail and made firm claims I was a house cat.
One of my favourites is tipping my water dish up slightly and then letting it fall back down, and watching the ripples in the water move back and forth in the dish.
R does tell me off occasionally though, as sometime I tip the dish too far and all the water escapes onto the floor...
I cause it all the way around the apartment; from time to time failing to stop when I reach a wall and crash smack bam! into it; but it's all part of the game!
I love groundhogs!
I remember my adventures with the Groundhog family in the summer, that was so much fun!
The Environment agency are agreeing with Wiarton Willie, and saying the cold will stay throughout February!
I don't mind.
I do love sleeping!
I heard her ring the vets the other day - don't know what that was all about. Don't think I want to know to be honest. Yes...best not to think about it...
I love playing squash!
I used to play it a lot in the summer with Whiggin. One of us would jump on the other one and squash them!
I don't know why R doesn't take me with her - I am a champion squasher!
The squirrels do provide some entertainment as they run up and down the branches.
The are crazy though - why aren't they inside!?
For two nights in a row we were woken up at around 4-5 in the morning by such a commotion outside the front of the house. It sounded like the bin lorries (they are very scary!), but then whatever was making the noise would move on up the street, as it faded a rumbling-scraping sound which shook the room came closer.
I was tempted to go to the window and peer out to see what on earth was making the sound. But then decided against it and stayed firmly between R and T in the bed.
Thankfully the monsters made their way past the house without stopping.
R and T said it was the clearing of the snow. I am not so sure...
Have a good weekend!