A BUSY MORNING
WCB is here at What did you Eat and The Carnival of cats is at Missy, KC, Sol and Smokey
This morning at 3.30 am, Lisa jumped on my night table, pushed down the lamp and pulled me out of a deep sleep. As I know that it is useless to protest, I got up, fed her and went back to bed again. At 5 am I woke up because I thought a crow cawed in my room ! It was Lisa sitting in the middle of the room and made this strange meowing. That was new ! Now I couldn't sleep anymore got up and went to the kitchen where all the others were waiting. Lisa of course ate again.
and continued her cawing even with a full stomac and very loud ! Thinking that she would wake up Mr. Gattino I catched her and petted her, talked to her and put her in my room on my bed. But that she didn't want either, she jumped down, disappeared and cawed from the entrance. Now I got worried picked her up again put her on the table and checked her. I couldn't see or feel anything strange. Now she didn't caw anymore but purred her strange curr-purr as if she was payed for it.
Then she thought it over for a while and finally
settled in my chair where she is still asleep. I really wonder what she has ? She has never been like that. Had anybody similar experiences ? (as reminder Lisa is 17 years old)
During that time old crooner Arthur who had come back from a stroll through the neighborhood, wet like a sponge had also choosen a quite place where he could spend the day. That he could eventually disturb Mr. Gattino apparently didn't come into his mind.
He dryed himself and then looked at me before he fell asleep. (at his tail beginning you can see the little wound of his ulcer)
Pookie decided to drink from the tap, so I had to stay there too
The only one who didn't want any attention was Rosie, very busy with her mouse. I bought her two new once because I had to throw two mice away she had taken the "bowels" out and I was afraid she could eat it. This morning again I found 4 mice around the food bowls where she ranges them during the night !
My cats have got this nice award from Karen Jo they purr a big "thank you" and I join in !