So it’s been awhile since my last post, but I mentioned a follow up to Jim’s Skills – so without further ado, here is Rosie’s section!
When we first got Rosie, she was a lot shier than Jim, and she spent the first hours inside her carrier – where she had been kept all her life before the RSPCA found her. When she finally came out though, she got a bit braver everyday. Rosie was only 2 then, so she still had a lot of kittenish traits (she still does at five and a half!) and it wasn’t long before she wanted to explore.
The way that I connected with her was through play. Continue reading “Klever Kitties – Part two – Rosie Stubington”
Just a quick post before I make a bigger one. Here is a lovely little saying my Dad just said out of the blue: My daughter she has many faults, but I only have 2 – everything I say and everything I do.
I’m not sure why, that just made me laugh! Now they are watching old adverts, I’m going to have the Vitalife spread song stuck in my head for days now 😛 Anyone remember it? Continue reading “A few quick words”
I am currently (well, I was when I wrote this) lying in bed with my computer tucked under my chin at a rather peculiar angle. The reason for this is that both cats have decided they are in need of a place to nap and apparently my stomach and legs were a prime candidate. Continue reading “The Rosie Project with Rosie”