Friday, 14 November 2014

Domino The Smallholding Cat Prepares For Winter.

Our Domino decided to start wearing his hat now it's coming to Winter.  It says: X treme HP.  Think it means : Horse Power not the 'Houses of Parliament' sauce.  Suppose he should be wearing a CAT hat?  You know the one's who make the diggers and plant machinery.
 We even have pot farm animals in the cabinet behind Domino.  There are sheep, pigs and cattle.  They cost a lot less to keep and you never need to muck them out.   You have to dust them though.
Here's a blurry picture of Domino sat on the dumper wheel in the barn.  He's not waiting for a bus (we don't have them) though, he's probably waiting for a mouse!  He caught one yesterday.  He's doing a good job around the smallholding.


8 comments:

  1. Nice photos of Domino. I like Domino in the tractor hat. Thomas just brought me a mouse and now he has left it and is on the table next to me as I type this. I said to P the other morning he should train a cat to go with him on the tractor. He has one yard cat to keep him company during the day though.

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  2. Thanks Rachel. Thomas sounds very kind and sounds like he a very conscientious work ethic. The terrier keeps me company when I type on the computer. I am sure P would be grateful of a feline co-pilot in his tractor.

    Prediction for Caledonia V Hibernia, Rachel? I would go for a scintillating nil nil draw. No Premiership this week. Then I think the Red Devils play a team from Woolwich. I wonder who they are? Thanks!

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  3. I must not let our cats see the photos of Domino, they might get ideas.

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  4. A really handsome chap, the hat suits.

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  5. I think all our smallholding animals should look the part, Anne. At least if they wear hats the department won't make us give them ear tags like the sheep, pigs and cattle. Or may be we would be like the man in Monty Python going in the post office and asking for licence for his cat. Thanks!

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  6. Domino his handsome, Cumbrian. How is Raggy cat coping with the weather? Thanks!

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  7. Raggy cat copes OK, never stays in overnight whatever the weather, still semi-feral. Seems happy enough , it's had the remnants of bacon ribs tonight, what a good life it leads.

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  8. Domino and the terrier go out on their night shift. They patrol the smallholding and I find them in the hay and straw in the cowshed and barn. Domino waits on the windowsill every morning for his breakfast. Sounds like Raggy cat is having a good life too - thanks Cumbrian!

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