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Yesterday, 00:28   #5581
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Came up to bed this evening, my OH stayed downstairs doing bits. Was about to hop into bed when I realised all 4 little furbabies had followed me up! Feel kind of bad for my OH, not a one stayed down there to keep him company
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Yesterday, 08:32   #5582
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How can a cat purr in his sleep all night long?

He was purring when I fell asleep, I woke twice and he was still purring, and I woke at 6 he was still purring and it kept me awake until I got up at 7.
He even walked downstairs and out the back door, purring all the time.

My daughter thinks he's getting senile, he purrs if you look at him!
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Felix is loving the Moo Goo breast feeding mums cream I got for his scraped paws, of course he licks it off as soon as I put it on and watches to see if any falls so he can eat that. I tried to brush Toby too soon after breakfast so he gave me a warning snap of teeth in my direction. He's going to be disappointed that my husband is has a week off work from tonight. He should be on nights next week and Toby sprawls on his side of the bed for most of the night.

Funnily enough if I am sitting up reading he'd stay on the bed all night but as soon as I lay down he heads off. Mr P often has his feet wrestled under the duvet when he gets into the bed, I'm not sure if Toby is playing or trying to oust him from the bed.
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Magpies were chasing squirrels in the park earlier lol - it looked mad
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Magpies tried to chase our Ruby (cat) in out garden a few weeks ago, such a racket, Ruby was howling at them, they were squawking angrily, they haven't been back since, but we got some lovely blue tail feathers!

(She didn't kill them, but did manage to grab a few feathers as they left)
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My dogs used to get dive bombed by the magpies and crows in London - they're tough birds.
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Double trouble for the vet today - Bailey in about his gum and Lucy girl getting her boosters and check up!
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I think the best thing about having Roisin crate trained is whenever something goes missing (pens, crochet hooks, cat food pouch etc) you never have to look far... Everything gets stored in her crate!
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I think the best thing about having Roisin crate trained is whenever something goes missing (pens, crochet hooks, cat food pouch etc) you never have to look far... Everything gets stored in her crate!
Haha the same with Lucy - everything ends up in her bed!
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