101 Uses for a Brompton: Cat Reunions

It’s been another glorious day today and plans were hatched: the other half has been helping out the ex neighbour at his parents’ house and I rode down on the Brompton with a basket full of sausages and potato salad to join them for a barbecue afterwards.

little grey cat

Them, and a certain little grey cat, who has been sorely missed.

little grey cat

I’d love to say she came running over miaowing with delight at being reunited with an ex member of staff, but I’d be lying.

little grey cat

She deigned to be stroked, as long as I didn’t overdo it, but not particularly to be photographed.

Little grey cat and the other half

She knows who she likes…

5 Responses to 101 Uses for a Brompton: Cat Reunions

  1. commuterjohn says:

    What’s that old saying about people owning dogs and cats owning people.
    My one neighbour fell out with another neighbour because she was apparently keeping their cat in her house, truth was she could not stop the cat getting in a an empty hanging basket in her greenhouse and sleeping all day in the warm sunshine to the dismay of its owners!

  2. disgruntled says:

    ha – neighbour’s cat should be careful – the cat apparently got trapped in a (very hot) summerhouse for 4 days and was not in a good way afterwards. She’d certainly lost some weight

  3. John Gibson says:

    It’s very nice to have news of the cat again.

  4. disgruntled says:

    I realised when I put in that link it’s almost exactly a year since the cat (and neighbour) left

  5. ballsofwool says:

    “ex member of staff” Ha! Priceless!!

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