All about MEE!

Spot the cat!

Since getting Freya, Anna’s developed an amazing talent for spotting Leopard print items! (Of course we’re obsessed!)

So far, in a few short weeks from the local charity shops, we’ve got a leopard print cushion, hot water bottle cover, and get this – a fetching leopard print satin bed sheet!!! Can you imagine anyone buying that new? (outside the 70s of course) It’s great for 50p, but I’m not sure I’d ever put it on my bed!

(Did anyone even have more

Freya’s Collar

I took Freya’s collar off a couple of days ago…

One evening, i noticed that she seemed to be scratching it every 5 minutes, and I couldn’t work out why, since she’d pretty much got completely used to it by now.

I’m still on the search for the perfect collar that I want – it’s a kind of woven material, in black. Simple eh? But you try finding one of those that DOESN’T have cutesey paw prints on it, or in more

Proud moments

I had a client round today, and I did the usual round of “are you ok with my cat” etc, and he cooly proclaimed, “ahh yes, we have an office cat too, she’s called rowly” and on cue, Freya jumped on my lap.

As she did that, he stumbled in mid sentence, did a cartoon-type double take – and literally gasped “um, those are um, unusual markings….?”

Yes, I beamed, she’s a Bengal…

What a lovely start to the day.

More about the wee problem

It’s been a few days since her last “accident”, and I can categorically say that cotronella DOES NOT HELP AT ALL.

I’d wiped it on the wall where she sprayed, all over the floor, and even left the soaked citronella cloth in the middle of the patch.

And she wee’d on the cloth!!

I have a suspicion that she likes her litter tray to be especially clean and clear, so I’m trying to be more fastidious about scoping her litter tray, and more

Going outside

We’re still in the planning stages of letting her outside (read: we’re building up the courage to do it) and she’s actually remarkably good at wearing her harness.

We walked out at the front of the house yesterday, and she really seemed keen to go back in – although when I carried her out in my arms, she was fine and calm, but then, that doesn’t really count as excercise, does it?

We’re trying to take her outside ideally once more