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Brave little puddytat

For the past couple of days, Leila's been cautiously exploring her surroundings. At the slightest sound, she'll scoot away under the sofa or run back to the safety of her hidey-hole behind the washing machine, but at least she's no longer content to spend all her time in such places. The other day, she turned up for a quick look-see when I was opening a tin of catfood in the kitchen, and yesterday, she came to greet me at the door when I came home, apparently unfazed by the fact that Manasse was trailing just a few steps behind!

I'm so pleased, and so proud of her, my brave little puddytat.



Aug. 25th, 2005 08:42 am (UTC)
I did get the bag. I saw another one that was spot on perfect, with cats heads (not real ones) along the bottom of the flap, but it was £44! I'm too skint for that.

Shelley was never 100 percent the same after Pootle's arrival, but she got over it.
Aug. 25th, 2005 09:40 am (UTC)
Re: the bag: hope it won't be a long wait before you can take possession of it.

Re: the cat: I'll be happy if, by the end of the year, Leila can bear to be in the same room with the others and myself without the need to go into hiding.