Thursday, April 10, 2008
Thank goodness for that. Yes, I survived, but only just. Would you believe that after having no snow all winter, it decided to snow while I was in kitty jail? I could have been frozen! (if I hadn't been in a heated kitty house, but that is just a detail!) My humans were in Snowdonia in Wales and got lots and lots of snow. I have got many pictures to post later.
My mum is not too impressed with the kitty jail this time, so I don't know if I will be going to that kitty jail again. She paid them extra for grooming me but I came home with lots of mats in my floofy fur so she doesn't think they did a great job. At least I got fed! (I had to take my special food with me).
My dad has gone back to work but my mum still has over a week left of school holidays and has promised to spend quality time with me. I have been sticking very closely to her all day today just in case she disappears again.
My Cornish Grandma spent last weekend in hospital after she had a fall at home. They have let her out of hospital now but she hurt her knee when she fell on it so she has to use crutches. Luckily her neighbours and Cornish Auntie are taking it in turns to walk her woofie because she can't. I am purring for a speedy recovery for my Cornish Grandma!
I expect I have missed lots of interesting stuff going on around the Cat Blogosphere while I was stuck in jail. Time to catch up!
I am sorry to hear your Cornish Grandma has been under the weather, I feel as if she is my Grandma because on April 1 people kept thinking she was my Grandma!
We all hope Cornish Grandma feels better. Mum says a fall can be very un-nerving.
It's warm and sunny here today, but it will be stormy and colder for the weekend. *sigh*
Purrs to your Cornish Grandma to feel better.
We hope your Cornish Grandma gets better soon.
Purrs to your Cornish Grandma, may she get better soonest.
We're glad you're out of jail. Brushing is very important, and it's also very wonderful! We're sure your Mom will make your furs all pretty again.
We're purring for a speedy recovery for your Cornish Grandma!