Things have been quite exciting around here. There has been a lot more of this snow stuff falling out of the sky than we normally get in London. My mum went to school through the snow this morning but hardly any of the sticky little people she teaches turned up and the school got closed at lunchtime, so she got to come home and spend the afternoon with me! (She may have also spent some time playing in the snow in the back garden with that well-known pest, Marmite, but we won't mention that). This afternoon we had some more snow and now her school is closed tomorrow too so she gets to spend even more quality time with me! This is all quite strange since she had only just gone back to work after the holidays, but I'm not complaining.
I promised to show some more of my holiday pictures from my trip to Devon Grandma's. Here I am opening my Christmas stocking and looking at some presents...all edible. Greenies from some cat cousins of mine in Idaho and yummy luxury foods from my humans - mmm! On Christmas Day my humans left me with Devon Grandma and went to Cornwall to see Cornish Grandma and Cornish Auntie. While they were there they went to the beach near where Cornish Auntie lives. It was sunny but cold. Unfortunately they also spent time with Cornish Grandma's woofie. (He and I have met and we don't get on - I don't like woofies and he kept trying to LICK me - urgh!) Here he is looking disgusted at being made to wear tinsel, heh heh. When she came back my mum's trousers smelled of woofie, which I didn't like. Meanwhile at Devon Grandma's house I saw this squirrel. He looked very tasty but I wasn't allowed to go out and meet him. On the day before we went back to London, something very exciting happened! My Devon Grandma only lives a few miles away from those famous blogging cats, Milo and Alfie. Last year my humans went to visit Milo and Alfie. This Christmas, Milo and Alfie's humans came to have tea with me at Devon Grandma's! They were very nice and even brought presents. Here I am being cuddled by Milo and Alfie's dad. And here I am hanging out with Milo and Alfie's mum. She was very generous with the treats so we got on well together! I made sure I put plenty of floofy ginger furs on her black top so that she could take a souvenir of me back to Milo and Alfie. You can see some more pictures of their visit on Milo and Alfie's blog here. Finally, here is me finding out that my holiday in Devon was over. I am giving my mum the laser eyes!
Oh well, it doesn't feel like the holidays are really over when tomorrow is a snow day! I wonder how many more snow days we will get this winter. Stay warm, every cat!