CATS ON TUESDAYSpring is in the air and my lazy cat family woke up from its hibernation and switched from indoor to outdoor cats. I suppose as long as it is not raining and not too cold.
While I was watching TV, I saw Rosie inspecting the neighborhood on the roof of my neighbor's garden shed, happily looking around for friends and ennemies.
Then she exercised for natural needs purposes, found the ground too hard for her delicate little paws, and unfortunately prefered the litter box in the garage a little later.
Kim was happy to suddenly have some company in "her" garden and even came to greet me. Her fur is full of knots and she looks like a mop. If there wasn' the tail you wouldn't know where is the beginning and the end of the cat. On Friday I have an appointment for her to get her groomed and all the knots out by a professional "cat hairdresser", as she won't let us touch her with a brush.
While Arthur prefered the sun in front of the house and warm his back on the stones, Rosie took herself for a cow and ate some grass for her stomac. If all my cats would eat more grass I didn't need a lawn mower anymore !
Coming home, she first had to clean herself from top to bottom while I admired her Yoga positions.
Mr. G. had prepared his sandwich and left it on the kitchen table only for a few seconds, but this was enough for Arthur to think that the sandwich was made for him, so he served himself before he too started a meticulous fur cleaning of his now bigger belly. The mortadella apparently had been very good ! Mr. G. was "angry" !
As he suffers from springtime lethargy (between us : the whole year) he uses now my light therapy lamp to get some energy. It had helped me so much to get my energy back, that I don't need it anymore for the moment. Pookie also thinks that she needs some more energy for mouse hunting and keeps him company.
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