Wednesday, 26 December 2018


A guest post by Domino the smallholding cat.

Meow.  Or "good morning" Whomans.

Dave isn't here so I have decided to compost I mean compose a blog for all you creatures in outer blog land.  I think Dave thinks he's a dog because he's always on about going for a walk.

Oh I don't like typing this keyboard pad.  It's not paw friendly and the computer mouse is the strangest one I have ever seen or played with,
I had some drinky poohs yesterdday.  The whomans presented me with a pet stocking and a bottle of Pawsecco.  It's not for Whoman consumption.  But Dave still had to try a sip.   Any way they poured it in my dish and the next thing I know I am climbing into a space ship and heading to the planet Zanussi.  Everything kept going round and round. 

"Stop the world I want to get off."

"Are we there yet?"

Scamp made take a photo of her in her new coat.  A present from the whomans, me thinks?  The Jack Russells are really show offs aren't they?

Merry Christmas to you all.



  1. Hello Domino and Scamp, New Year's Eve will soon be with us, mark my words or mark that bottle! A Friend.

  2. Hi Gwil. I am answering this because Domino is currently sleeping in his cardboard box afer a Christmas night mousing trip. Will pass on your kind regards. Thanks!

  3. Domino: I like the new drink they gave me. I don't want that white milk stuff any more. Last night I was outside and I could catch millions of mice and all the mice were bright colours and I could see for miles and miles and miles.

    1. Yeah thats right and we sang The Who song: I can see for miles and miles.

  4. Be careful with that drink. I've heard if it gets up the nose it can force it right off the face. That would be a CATastrophy, wouldn't it?

  5. Thats right Valerie. Come the glorious cat revolution we will all have catwalks and Catford will be the capital of England. Thhanks.

  6. Very nice post really ! I apperciate your blog Thanks for sharing,keep sharing more blogs.



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