The Cat then went Away Again

crouching cat

In good news for mice – but bad news for blog fodder – the neighbour is finally and definitely moving out this week and taking her royal highness with him

staring cat

He’s moving to Bigtown and he did suggest that she’d be better off staying with us. We were tempted but in the end he needed her (and she needed him – while she tolerates me and likes the other half, she’s very much a one-man cat when it comes down to it) more.

cat on sofa

We will miss her.

Nobody suggest getting another cat.



9 Responses to The Cat then went Away Again

  1. Jenny Mayhew says:

    Why don’t you get another cat?

  2. disgruntled says:

    because we don’t want *a* cat. We don’t even *like* cats. Just this one 🙂

  3. Viviane says:

    Don’t get another cat. Find your cat. I swear that one can fall in love with a kitten, even with the twentieth kitten…

  4. Flighty says:

    Sometimes cats just appear and adopt us. xx

  5. Bob says:

    No cats here. Works for us. Still siphoning the fur from the drapes though.

  6. Jane says:

    don’t worry, another cat will turn up. I have not actively gone and got a cat since the first one in the seventies; once they know you are cat friendly, they somehow mark you and the other cats can (and will) find you….

  7. John Gibson says:

    This is bad news. I demand you visit Bigtown every day, and take pictures and tell us stories about the cats new adventures.

  8. disgruntled says:

    I shall await the arrival of our spontaneous new cat with interest… meanwhile the other half has visiting rights so we may hear the odd anecdote

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