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It's been a few weeks since I did a
'Rocking Your World Friday' post,
let's see if I can remember how it's done...
Thank you so much for my lovely
welcome home messages
after our holiday in Corfu, I really
appreciated them all.
As you know, I really enjoyed our holiday
but it's great to be home.
I guess I'm a home bunny at heart.
returning home from her holiday hotel.
We are so lucky that our dear friend Jan
is so willing to look after our darling girl.
Rosie has such a lovely time and gets lots
of lovely walks in the local countryside.
Clifford the bunny
is also back safe and sound.
She's getting to be a bit of an old girl now
so it's always in the back of my mind that
the change of routine (at the kennels)
might be too disturbing for her. But she's
absolutely fine and has been enjoying
the sunshine and grass back at home.
BIG NEWS for us,
we are the proud new long term
foster parents of 2 cats,
Joe and Small Cat.
We collected them yesterday from
and they're so gorgeous.
They are 15 year old brother and sister
who lived in a pub until their owners lost
the pub so the cats lost their home :(
They have been at the rescue centre for
10 months but as Joe has a slight kidney
problem that requires medication, they
have always been overlooked by
We have yet to introduce them properly to
Rosie Mae (they had a brief hello when they
were in their carry cages and Joe "Bugner" Cat
decided to try and give Rosie a swift right hook -
thankfully Rosie was the other side of the bars.
and was, of course, totally oblivious to Joe's attack!).
Small Cat (what a daft name)
is totally cute and is very friendly.
I have been able to take a few photos of her.
She has such a sweet lopsided smile
due to extensive dental work,
resulting in the removal of several
(most) of her teeth.
Look at the gorgeous colours in her eyes.
She's very pretty and loves cuddles.
And food, boy does she love food!
Luke said she was 'adorable'
and he's right.
Joe? I haven't been able to take a photo of
him yet because he spends most of his time
hiding in his basket in the cupboard under
the stairs. He's been quite brave today but
not when I have a camera in my hand.
This is his photo that was on the
Last Chance website -
Today they have both enjoyed a little
roast chicken and some fish,
along with their usual Felix and Whiskers
(they like different food, great).
I think we'll try and get the cats and Rosie in the
same room tomorrow and see how it goes.
These ex-pub cats look like they know how to
look after themselves and I'm more concerned for
Rosie. I'm sure we'll get there in the end but it
will probably be an interesting few days!
Grant is an absolute darling for letting
Joe and Small Cat come to live with
us at a time when we are having to
tighten our belts. He understands that I
have a deep need to give love and a
home to these little critters.
He is a real softie with them too
but I am aware he was never really
given a choice....... ;)
What else has been good this week.......?
Well, I've been sorting out my kitchen cupboards.
I'm a bit of a hoarder (I expect you already
know that!), but even I know it's reached the
time to clear the excess in the cupboards.
Tell me, why did I think I needed
18 cereal bowls?!
And how many teapots can a girl need,
especially when she always lazily
uses a teabag in a mug?!
Anyway, 5 cupboards are done, just 4 to go
(although one of them is the baking/saucepan
cupboard - goodness knows what's in that
black hole of hell).
I'm packing it all up ready for a stall at a boot fair.
I am so enjoying working just 2 days a week.
My aim is to stop working at all but I've got to
find a way of generating some money -
Ok, that's about it really,
this week has gone by in a bit of a whirl
and I don't feel that my feet have touched
the ground yet!
Thank you for dropping by :)