Posted on December 13, 2013 Updated on November 17, 2014
This entry was posted in Blog and tagged Australia, cats, haiku, my life, poetry.
Thought the white coated friend was doctoring the nasturtiums! But you know what they say about stroking pets being good for stress. Anybody’s pet. I can give you a virtual loan of a white coated puppy 😀
It does look like that but he’s just chilling 🙂 Thankfully there are plenty of cat fur practitioners to avail myself of, whichever route I walk home.
If you can give Pippa & Snowy a virtual pat for me, I’m sure I will feel the benefit through the ethers.
The busy blahs. That is the perfect description for me at the moment too. The end of the year is flying towards me and I’m not sure I’m ready for it!
Yep, you need fur. I’m sure Jack will oblige with dog hair. Good enough 😉
What a beautiful cat 🙂
I don’t think I could let a day pass without a stroke of the furry ones.
The train timetables have changed and I now catch either/or trains, with different cats on each route. White Cat could just be my favourite. He has a ‘voice’ that could belong to a Muppet character, loves to walk along the street and chat 🙂
And maybe a good dose of purrs! (Nice you are observed and cared for by these “neighbors”)
Ah, yes purrs… I visit a different practitioner for those, Dr. Snoop 😉 No matter what sort of day I’ve had, if I run into these furry neighbors it gets better.
Heed their advice – most excellent. It’s a lovely shot, EllaDee.
Thank you… I don’t have the knack of getting my subjects to look at the camera, like you do 🙂
I think your ailment is shared by people the World over, EllaDee. Luckily, it won’t be that long before it vanishes for another year. Hang in there. Drink wine. 🙂
Thank you. Oh yes, the G.O. indulge in a little wine therapy and a debrief most days 🙂
lovely indeed, all that pinky glow must be so good for the heart!
He likes that house. We walk from his, a few houses up and then he jumps up on the fence for a chat & a pat 🙂
clever boy 🙂
I’d trust that cat’s diagnosis. His face has such a wise look to it. 🙂
It certainly does. He looks like a serious professor type cat 😉
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