Thursday, February 11, 2016


I am back in the house.  Mum released me from cat prison this afternoon, and I have been zooming round the house and back garden all evening, checking out the smells and making sure nothing has moved.

Mum was glad the afternoon was good, she got most of her washing on and was able to air out the house, always good after  a few days locked up.

She was glad to be able to have a few days away with the family, and although it was hot and sticky, she got in a couple of walks and time with everybody.

So we have lots of catching up to do!!


  1. Hooray!!! :).
    Lovely to see you Poppy!x So, your out on parole,
    or out for good! Bless!x
    Hope the smells were o.k. and nothing's moved!
    Look forward to catch up!

  2. Poppy, dear, I'm sure both you and your mum are going to sleep well tonight -- in your own beds.

  3. We're glad you're both home safe and sound, Poppy. Ditto Beth's comment! :-)

  4. I didn't think you and your mum would be home so soon. It sounds like things went well with her visit. I hope the Gdad is doing well.

  5. welcome home poppy Q.....we noe ewe iz buzzed happee ta be home & bak with mum....hope ya getted a tin fulla bizcuits & 37 cans oh feast two day ....hope all iz well with mumz familee ♥♥♥

  6. How are you feeling, Poppy. We hope everything went well for you at the cattery.

  7. Welcome home Poppy. It must be nice to be home again, but I am sure you were well looked after at the cattery. I hope your Gdad is feeling better.

  8. Glad everything is getting back to routine for you both!

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    Debby in Prescott Valley, Arizona