Sunday, February 15, 2015

Hedges Kitties get out!

Hi Bozo, Lindy and all Mum's blog readers. This is Ambrose with good news! Yesterday we were all allowed to go outside. 

I, Ambrose was very careful as it was the first time I've ever been outside here in this new place
Notice my thick tail when I smelled all the different things outside
Unca Shadow's also had a thick tail when he walked around the patio 
Dad Ginger was soon walking around the garden as if he's always been here! 
Unca Shadow and I met Cousin Tipsy for the first time here in this place. Cousin Tipsy and Cousin Topsy used to live in that F A R place we came from 
Unca Shadow explored the whole garden...
... I found a lovely shady spot
...and dad Ginger sat in the sun against the wall

My Mum says I gave her a fright. During the afternoon, Dad Ginger and I found a split in the fence and walked outside the yard. Our yoomen dad saw Dad Ginger just outside the fence, but Mum says she and Aunty Rina walked around the block twice looking for me. Instead, I came around the back of the buildings back to the house.

We slept soundly last night after this exciting outing. 

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  1. glad you have a new yard to explore, but stay safe, okay!

  2. Dear Jo, this post reminds me of when I first adopted my cat, Princess. I was new to cats and she as new to me. She was fully grown too and I had no idea of her background. It soon became clear that though she thoroughly looked like an indoor cat, she loved the outdoors and could survive quite well out there (she disappeared once for two weeks when visiting out of town until one day I heard her meowing at the back door all wet and bedraggled). I kept her indoors because there are all manner of things to cause her harm and gradually she learned to listen to me and not go outside if she heard my voice command her to stay indoors. It was quite the experience of me learning and her being trained. But cats do have that hunting instinct regardless of whether they stay indoors or out. That is why I don't think it is good idea to remove their claws like some people do. It is good to have a scratching post for them. Your cats have everything they need including love and I'm sure they bring you so much joy. Hugs and Happy Valentine's Day!

  3. Alright, everybody is settling in.

  4. Hi Ambrose. You new home looks nice and you all look very happy. It is lovely to see new places and I am sure you will settle quickly.

  5. What fun for all the kitties, exploring your new yard and garden. Wonderful photos, enjoy your day and the new week ahead!

  6. so glad you did not get lost outside that fence, love all the BIG tails and so happy you were out for a while.

  7. Have fun exploring the new place guys!!


  8. Oh, that's nice that they settled in so quickly and can go outside now ! They must be happy ! No worry to have when they go farer then the garden, they always come back, they know where the food bowl is !


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