Sunday, 29 May 2016

New game!

I found a new toy. I has a new game.

I found this:

I hit it with my paw.... then chase it.

I hit it with my paw.... then chase it.

I hit it with my paw.... then chase it.

I hit it with my paw.... then chase it.

I hit it with my paw.... then chase it.

It's fun.

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Almost stuck

I jumped onto a big bin before, then up onto a fence, then onto a high wall.

When I got there I had a look around. I had a good view of my territory.
I was also stuck on the wall. I couldn't get down. I didn't like this. I looked for ways to jump down, but couldn't see any.

I felt sad.

I meowed and meowed.
I meowed for my human, or for any human.

I kept meowing.

My human came running outside and headed towards me, saying; 'Clive, what's wrong?'

I'd just seen a way down when he reached me. I meowed at him, jumped down, and decided to go hunting.

Sunday, 22 May 2016

Got there eventually

I hopped through my window this morning, then jumped onto my human's bed.
He was asleep.

I sat next to his head and stared down at him.

I stared at him.

I stared at him.

I stared at him.

I stared at him.

I stared at him.

He woke up.

He looked at me and said: 'What? What is it, Clive?'

I stared at him.

I stared at him.

He patted my head. I stared at him.

He closed his eyes. I stared at him.

He opened his eyes. I stared at him.

He said 'alright, alright', then got out of the bed, went towards my bowl, and put some food out for me.
Finally, he'd understood the message.
That was hard work.

Saturday, 21 May 2016

Idiot human

I was having a nice nap just now, when my human came up to me and started making stupid high-pitched noises.

He said something about 'cute', then kept making this noise:




I don't know what he means by this. Is it a sort of meow?

I accepted his chin tickles, and purred... then he said
'Hellooooooooooooo!' again.


Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Not really food

My human came home.

He went into the food room.

He started eating from a plastic pot.

He left the food room.

I went into the food room.

I jumped onto the chair.

I looked at the plastic pot. It said 'couscous salad'.
I'm not sure what this is.

I sniffed what was in the plastic pot. It smelt like food.
I licked it.
I licked it again.
I licked it again.

It didn't really taste of much.

I jumped down, wandered off, and left the weird non-food for my human.

Sunday, 15 May 2016


It is still being hot outside.
I have black fur.

I like having a nap outside when it's hot, but I have to find a bush to sleep behind - one that creates a shadow.

I have five bushes I usually sleep under, but ... only two are fully covered with leaves at the moment. The other three have new leaves on them, but they've not grown properly.
This limits my choice of shade-bushes.

I had to change my outdoor napping location four times, today. Not good.

Wednesday, 11 May 2016


I did some cleaning.

My human ate something with tuna in.
He left it out. I knocked it onto the floor.

It didn't look clean, so I cleaned it.

There's no tuna in it now.
It's very shiny.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Sleep struggles

It was warm last night. I couldn't get comfy.

I tried sleeping on my human's feet. Too hot.

I tried sleeping by his head. Too hot.

I tried sleeping between his legs. Too hot.

I tried sleeping on his head. He wriggled.

I tried sleeping by his arm. Too hot.

I walked a few circles at the end of the bed.

My human made a huffing noise.

I feel asleep by his leg.

Friday, 6 May 2016

Bad view

I was by the window today.

I was watching a pigeon.

I chattered at it.

I was really close to the window. My whiskers touched it.

I got annoyed though. As I sat there, the view got worse and worse. It was really dim and foggy, then I couldn't see the pigeon at all.

I don't know what happened, but I didn't like it.
I meowed at my human.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Food tactics

I like spending time with my human, but I also have three other humans I visit.

I like lots of attention and chin tickles from all of my humans... I also like food. I have found that, unfortunately, humans can be quite difficult to train - I have to get food from them in very different ways.

My usual human responds to me staring at him, letting out little sad meows, then rubbing and headbutting his legs. This usually gets him to fill my bowl with tuna, salmon, or beef.

My human over the road only responds to my long, yowling meow, or if I sit directly next to the big cold thing. This makes her open the door to the big cold thing and give me some ham.

My human to the right of my usual human's house needs prompting by me walking on his feet and rolling over to show my belly. I then get belly rubs and, more importantly, chicken.

My human to
the left of my usual human's house requires a less subtle approach: I have to paw at her legs and, sometimes, jump onto whatever she's reading. She often gives me prawns. I like prawns.

Humans - I wish you were easier to train.