Oh, Flora, I'm so sorry to hear about your cat. I really hope it comes back to the sofa soon. xx
I know. I only have myself to blame for looking enviously at your kitten... He hasn't turned up squashed yet, so there's still hope. It is not our Otto but the other one who is a very timid/greedy chap. Very unusual for him not to be winding around my legs on the lookout for some grub.
This exibition at the Musuem of Glass looks great! Hope your dear cat comes back soon and you enjoy a happy busy autumn time Flora.(and thanks for your help, it's very much appreciated!!) xx
Thanks Eva, you're welcome :)
oh no flora. don't lose hope though, my friend xanthe's cat went missing for 2 weeks then nonchalantly pottered in one day. i have almost caved in on the cat front. it was the cat teepee that did it, have you seen them? and we were also throwing around the name otto, then seventy tree had her baby otto, it's sweeping the nation! hope he comes back soon :-(
Thanks Fran - you give me hope, although I did refer to him in the past tense today, so my brain is obviously thinking the worst, even if I'm trying to tell it otherwise. It's funny the Otto thing... I wanted to call him Eric, but Isla was having none of it, so we batted a few around and that was the one she liked best. Meanwhile "Isla" must be headed for the top ten girls' names - there are little Islas popping up everywhere!