The flowers in my flower pots in the front yard were still blooming, but as it gets cold and colder I decided to take them out and replace them by fake plants.

Pookie was quiet disappointed that these balls didn't smell at all, and she watched me when I put hooks in the balls to fix them in the pots.

No cat came to admire my work !

But when I changed my desk from the dark corner at the end of my bed under the window, Rosie was delighted ! Now she can watch me and the street at the same time. As the desk and the tower are just in front of the radiator we both purr now. We have a new job .... neighbor watch !

I wonder if my cats don't prepare themselves for a cold winter and try to put some fat on !

Each evening at supper time I have the same view. The cats checking what is in Mr. G's plate and then meow all together to get some pieces. Of course he can't resist and shares his food with them, complaining at the same time that he can't eat in peace and that he hadn't even had the chance to try the meat. And each evening I say the same "stop feeding them", but without any result, in some situations he looses his hearing capacities.


Linens and Royals said...

Only 2 cats asking for food? I think MrG is lucky. Hang onto your cosy corner by the window Rosie, if the other cats find out what a perfect spot you have there will be ructions.

Hannah and Lucy said...

We wish Mum would let us get on the table when she has her dinner so we could get some extras.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Karen and Gerard said...

Begging cats are hard to resist. I think you found the purrfect spot for your computer! Very good.

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

I think dining with Mr. G sounds awesome! If I were at your house, I would be right there too.

meowmeowmans said...

We think Rosie has found the most perfect perch - she can supervise you, watch the neighbors, and stay warm. What more could there be? Well, of course, maybe some food, but it sounds like she and Arthur are getting that from Mr. G. :)

Terri said...

We think that is a wonderful set up in front of your window!

My mother always said my father had "selective hearing" ;)