Saturday, August 6, 2016

Caturday on the Couch -The Winter Edition

Hey kitties - today me and the mumster spent Caturday hibernating inside and mum moved from the bed to the couch and back to the bed again, just via a few visits to the bathroom and the kitchen.  It has been the chilliest day of the winter so far, so mum kept on her pyjama pants, her slippers and a nice cashmere/wool jumper.  

I had my biscuits for snacks and a feast for my dinner.  Mum finished the leftover pasta for brunch and had more carbs with a supermarket pizza for dinner.  So tomorrow she needs to put her big girls pants on and get outside and go for a walk for some exercise.  Me - well I got the couch for a little while when she did some washing and other chores, but have retreated to the bedroom for most of the day.

Our winter has been exceptionally mild so far this year, so it was a bit of  shock when the temperatures dropped.  Still it won't last long, and we know that many of our Northern Hemisphere friends will laugh at us shivering in 4 deg C.  Still it won't last long.  There are buds on the trees outside and we have had sightings of new spring lambs and daffodils in the region.

Hope you all got to relax on Caturday too!!


  1. Well, 4C is chilly when you live in such a different climate, Poppy, and your home doesn't have central heating. We're glad you have lots of cosy places to curl up! (But yes, if 4C were as cold as our winters got, many of us would be doing a dance of joy. LOL.)

  2. Well, it sounds like you and Mum had a nice day chillaxing, Poppy. Nice to hear you see signs of warmer days ahead! :)

  3. Another purrfect day with your mum, Poppy! We are relaxing in our sun room today as it is sunny and warm here. Mom bean says it will get too warm later today but for now it is purrfect.

    Of course we know when the spring comes for you, our autumn won't be far behind.

    Have a great week!
    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

  4. It sounds like you and your mum had a lovely relaxing day.

  5. uh oh.... if you're seeing buds on trees, it won't be long until we see the leaves falling from them from the fall coming on... and then COLD winter weather.....

  6. Sheesh, if the temperature only got to 4 degree C here at the coldest in the winter, we would consider than purrty mild. Stay warm ladies.