So, the kittens know how to make me feel guilty, then!! They are taking lessons from the Great One!
After stating categorically to Junior that we are not keeping them all, she reasons that no-one will love them as much and look after them as well as we do. Hmmm, that could quite possibly be true.. They are just plain, black cats and not the stereo typical pretty things. Anyway... I wakes up this morning to find Ruby kitten (normally a shy, retiring type) cuddled up to my side, Cupcake on my front and Charlie and Roxy curled up by my feet! I move..and they awaken....four pairs of big, blue eyes are watching me:O)
Five weeks old..they come when called, wash themselves and can climb onto the windowsill (to sunbathe) and so could, quite possibly, parachute down onto the porch roof if we have the windows open.... Eeeek. So windows are kept firmly shut.
Ah, those big, blue, innocent eyes:o) Must stop being so soft, stop being so soft.....mutter mutter.
Been crafting today..."recycling and refashioning":O) Later on we're off up to the allotment to plan what and where we're going to have stuff. Junior will do a plan. Been offered a swap, apparently. Must be a peace offering because of all the on-site politics we've had to endure. A plot that has been recently dug and therefore is not presently looking like an overgrown meadow, as ours is at the mo. Away from the rat population, too. Amazing how fat rats get on poultry feed! Eeeeew! They come out onto the veg plots, too. So, the council are coming in with poison to try and control the numbers. They're all over the place. Not nice for ones health.
Junior is endeavouring to update her blog every day now. Remains to be seen if she feels motivated enough to do it.