That's a great post pitmon. You really have quite a houseful. Sounds wonderful ( aside from the odd clean-up ) to have such a diverse array of feline company. Kudos to you for giving them a loving home
Lupin has taught me a few things too. Although I grew up with cats in our household, I still learn things from her and other critters.
For instance, I seldom forget to top up her rather large water dish,
but I do slip up once in a while. Lupins solution : when I am on the
toilet she comes in and jumps into the bathtub. She will regularly
wait for me at the bathroom door, but the only time she jumps into
the ( empty ;) tub is when I have forgotten and her water dish is dry. If she is hungry she sits by the bottom door in one of my kitchen cabinets that I keep her food in. If I don't notice her, she will
do a little clawing at that door.
It would be a poorer world if we didn't have cats. Even the ancient
Egyptians knew about
the powers of cats : the sphinx is an amazing
tribute to our furry friends.
anouther month, maybe a little longer, Lupin and I will be
going camping at a camper that I have beside the water and far enough from the road that there is no noise. That is her favourite
thing to do. I'm already looking forward to heading to the camp