Good morning folks
mooandmcgee that is such wonderful news about Carla Sounds like chicken math has paid a visit to your place
MyHaven great news about HRH Ruby also and fingers crossed that your D’uccle is, in fact, a POL
Hey Anniebee of course I have no problem with you “bibbing” and yep, I have taken note of your advice and will not try and feed him again unless he is all grown up and still visiting. While he is still being fed by his adopted mumma, he flies quite well and is probably more of a juvenile than a baby. Not sure mumma can beat him up, he is at least twice her size
sjturner79 I agree with MyHaven in that your girls must be so well behaved .. not a chance I could lock two of my broodies together; feathers would fly
Congrats on winning the battle with the mites Fancy
Totally random and just sharing ..... our cats use the white, crystal kitty litter.
Quiet, petite, lightweight Chimee .... gets in, does her business and shakes her paws on the way out. Hardly makes a paw print and rarely takes any litter with her when she leaves.
Loud, boofy Syba … gets in, throws a dance party, picks up paws full of litter and tosses them as far as he can [trying out for the Cat Olympics Gold Medal in litter tossing] gets out walks around the place depositing kitty litter as he goes [I am thinking from some hidden stash he has in a pouch or something], goes back to the litter, throws another dance party .. repeat three or four times .. then, finally does his business and closes the session with tosses of more paws full of litter around the place just for good measure.
I joke that I will have to go over to the neighbours and apologise for the kitty litter all over their place also And, if I ever hear their kids say “look mum it has been snowing” I better get over there pronto before they try and make snow angels!